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Memory Hack

por Cynthia Richards (2019-08-01)

What do you do to cope with your past trauma experiences? Memory Hack Review This article is fourth in a multi-part series about the impact of trauma. What follows is a summary of what has been included in previous articles. Survivors of trauma are likely to experience health challenges post-trauma that relate to the tremendous stress they are experiencing and the toll it takes on their bodies. Autoimmune disorders are not an unusual long-term effect, like chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, and lupus among others. Trauma survivors often are troubled by intrusive thoughts, trauma memories, flashbacks, nightmares, distorted time, and difficulty focusing or concentrating. They also may have trouble with remembering details and may have a tendency to dissociate as a way to escape post-traumatic stress. As time goes on, post-trauma, survivors are likely to become increasingly anxious, experiencing panic attacks and remembered terror. They also are likely to experience shame, numbness, hopelessness, despair and rage. This article will focus on what shows up in the survivor's behavior, what they struggle with as a way to cope with the overwhelming effects of the trauma.