The Effects of Trauma on Life: How Trauma Affects Our Nervous System

Published on:
May 19, 2022

Trauma is something that can affect someone's life in a number of ways. It can permeate every aspect of life because it effects our nervous system. Trauma is something that has an incredibly insidious motivation to get our attention no matter what we are doing or where we are. Trauma is a life-altering event that can leave someone feeling lost and confused. Trauma can affect every aspect of our lives because it impacts our nervous system. It can be very difficult to deal with trauma, but by understanding how trauma affects our nervous system, we can start to make progress in dealing with its impact. Our nervous system is responsible for everything we do, and when trauma occurs, it can be incredibly difficult to focus on anything else. Trauma often motivates us to get our attention no matter what we are doing or where we are. It can be incredibly insidious and overwhelming. If you are struggling with trauma, please seek help from a qualified professional.

Trauma can have a serious and lasting impact on our lives, but with help, we can start to make progress in dealing with its effects.

  1. Trauma can have a ripple effect on every area of life - what are some specific examples you have seen in your clients? 
  2. How do you help someone who is struggling with the aftermath of trauma?
  3. What is one thing people don't often realize about trauma?
  4. What advice would you give to someone who is struggling to cope with a traumatic experience? 
  5. Can trauma be healed completely, or are there always going to be traces of it left behind? What's your experience?

Trauma can be incredibly damaging, and it can be hard to know where to start in dealing with its effects. Trauma can leave us feeling isolated, helpless, and ashamed. It's easy to feel like we're the only ones struggling with these problems. Trauma-Focused Hypnotherapy is a proven treatment for trauma that has been shown to help people make progress in dealing with its effects.

If you or someone you know is struggling with trauma, please reach out for help. There are many qualified professionals who can help you begin to deal with the impact trauma has had on your life. Remember, trauma affects us all differently, so don't hesitate to seek out the help that's right for you. With time and effort, you can begin to heal the wounds trauma has left behind. Thanks for reading. I hope this post was helpful in some way. Please feel free to share your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below. Take care!

by Renee Cherowitz, MS, CHt, QS, LMHC
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