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Do you have body pain, are you putting on weight- signs of stress...

Posted by LP User on Thursday, March 1, 2018,

Doctors are seeing more and more patients with neck shoulder head pain; and weight gain around the trunk. Why? Cortisol is being overproduced in our bodies leading to these manifestations.
Headaches, low back pain, muscle aches, and gastrointestinal symptoms are the most common.

What to do?
Get moving. Do some form of exercise/ movement.
Seek medical intervention- chiropractor, acupunc...
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adversity in childhood leads to adult illnesses. Addicts need to read this.

Posted by LP User on Wednesday, June 7, 2017, In : trauma therapy

Another article reporting on how childhood adversity "stays" in the body and manifests later as illnesses.

".....Often, these illnesses can be chronic and lifelong. Autoimmune disease. Heart disease. Chronic bowel disorders. Migraines. Persistent depression. Even today, doctors puzzle over these very conditions: why are they so prevalent; why are some patients more prone to them than others; and why are they so diffic...
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The importance of staying up to date with trauma therapy:

Posted by LP User on Sunday, June 9, 2013, In : trauma therapy

Find out more on these webinars... some of the top trauma professionals share their skills

Francine Shapiro, Bessel VD Kolk , Steven Porges, Pat Ogden, David Bercelli, Robert Scaer
Diane Fosha and more.....
Ron Siegels summarises these:
Safety, attachment- therapeutic relationship,the body is the road to trauma treatment, mindfulness
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Pre during and post war- the visual changes are interesting

Posted by LP User on Sunday, June 9, 2013, In : trauma therapy

This photo series does not indicate if any therapy was done in the 8 months,  but even if just time passed with no therapeutic interventions, it looks as though the faces have changed! Trauma lives in the body, as is suggested often evident in pupil dilation, increased heart rate and blood pressure.
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Trauma recovery

Posted by LP User on Wednesday, April 17, 2013, In : trauma therapy 

Trauma recovery

Emotional and psychological trauma is the result of extraordinarily stressful events that shatter our sense of security, making us feel helpless and vulnerable in a dangerous world. It is our subjective experience of being overwhelmed (emotionally, spiritually, physically) that defines it as traumatic.

The circumstances of the event commonly include abuse of power, betrayal of trust,entrapment, helplessness, pain, confusion, and/or loss.

There are vast differences among peo...

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