Depending on the severity of the perceived danger, the threshold may be triggered, setting off alarm bells in your conscious mind. The alarm sets off a reaction in the autonomic nervous system from which actions are not consciously directed, but are regulated by the unconscious mind, or the century control, and you are triggered into the fight, flight or freeze situation.Read More
Sleep is your body’s best friend if you want to stay slim.
Sleep deprivation leads to impairment in cognitive functioning, whether it be decision-making, memory recall, or much slower reflexive actions.
A lack of sleep also has a bad effect on certain hormones which control certain aspects of hunger and eating. When these hormones go out of kilter, it often results in unexpected weight gain.Read More
Flashbacks of the traumatic event and nightmares – This can also include panic attacks, strong negative emotions and heart palpitations. Sweating and insomnia are also common symptoms that present.Read More
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is technically classed as an anxiety disorder. The condition often develops after a person has experienced a traumatic event. It may be triggered by a life-threatening event either by direct experience, or to someone within close proximity.Read More