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What Are the Signs of Trauma?

January 23, 2024

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What Are the Signs of Trauma?

Trauma is a term that many encounter, but not everyone fully understands its depth and complexity. Generally, trauma develops after a deeply disturbing event or series of events that leave an individual feeling out of control, significantly impacting the person’s life. The effects of trauma can manifest in various ways and may persist for years if not adequately addressed.

At CNSL, we provide a non-judgmental space where individuals can address their experiences of trauma and work toward healing. Our psychiatrists create treatment plans tailored to each client’s unique needs, offering hope to those who may feel stuck.

Physical Signs of Trauma

Trauma can often manifest physically, with signs appearing sporadically or regularly. These physical manifestations can include outward signs of anxiety such as shaking or trembling, inability to focus, sleep disturbances like insomnia, and a racing heartbeat. Some individuals may experience unexplained aches and pains throughout the body, muscle tension, and high blood pressure, which may leave medical professionals puzzled if they are unaware of the individual’s traumatic experience.

Disturbances in eating routines, such as loss of appetite or binge eating, can also indicate trauma. These physical signs are the body’s response to traumatic events, and recognizing them is the first step towards finding help and starting the healing process.

Emotional Symptoms of Trauma

Beyond physical symptoms, trauma also leaves emotional and psychological scars. Feelings of anxiety or depression can be indicative of past or ongoing trauma, but there are other emotional signs to look out for as well. These may include anger, irritability, mood swings, guilt, shame, self-blame, and feelings of disconnection or numbness.

Obsessive-compulsive behaviors and substance abuse are also common in individuals dealing with trauma. These behaviors can often serve as coping mechanisms for the anxiety resulting from traumatic experiences. Recognizing these emotional symptoms is crucial as they can significantly impact an individual’s quality of life.

The Impact of Trauma

The impacts of trauma are far-reaching and can affect every aspect of an individual’s life. From relationships to work performance, trauma can create hurdles that may seem insurmountable. However, understanding these signs and acknowledging the need for help is a significant first step towards recovery.

Seeking Professional Help: The Role of CNSL

At CNSL, we believe in the power of connection and the healing it can bring. Our brains are wired to connect with others, and the bond between a client and therapist can be a transformative one. We offer a range of services tailored to meet the unique needs of those dealing with trauma, including trauma and PTSD counseling, anxiety and depression management, and more.

Contact Us Today

Recognizing the signs of trauma and seeking professional help is a crucial step toward reclaiming your life. At CNSL, we are committed to helping our clients navigate their journey to recovery, offering a safe, judgment-free space to address concerns. No matter what you’re facing, remember that you’re not alone, and help is available. You deserve to live a life free from the shadow of trauma, and we’re here to help you reach that goal. Contact us today to get started.

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