The Amygdala And Trauma: How Trauma Impacts The Brain

Have you ever wondered why you sometimes jump when you're startled? Do you wonder why you have a harder time handling stress and anxiety than your family or friends do? Part of the reason might lay in your brain and a tiny almond-shaped part called the amygdala – the amazing amygdala.

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Overcoming Anxiety And Trauma Through Brainwave Balance

When we think about trauma, we tend to think about those who have been exposed to significant traumatic events like natural disasters, terrorism, war, combat, physical or sexual abuse, or catastrophic accidents. These are some of the most debilitating experiences we can endure. However, you don't need to undergo an obviously distressing event for it to affect you. An accumulation of smaller, less intense events can still be traumatic. This is the difference between small ‘t’ and large ‘T’ trauma.

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Small ‘t’ And Large ‘T’ Trauma

When we think about trauma, we tend to think about those who have been exposed to significant traumatic events like natural disasters, terrorism, war, combat, physical or sexual abuse, or catastrophic accidents. These are some of the most debilitating experiences we can endure. However, you don't need to undergo an obviously distressing event for it to affect you. An accumulation of smaller, less intense events can still be traumatic. This is the difference between small ‘t’ and large ‘T’ trauma.

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