Your brains networks is always primed ready to react to any threats to your survival. And respond by selecting the appropriate weapon to eliminate or minimise the threat.
If one of your five senses detects a threat, your brain reacts by releasing whatever stress chemicals are necessary to deal with the danger to you.
Your survival depends on your brain being able to react to a threat as quickly as possible. So although you may think your reaction to danger is conscious. This is not always the case.
It is your instinctive reaction to ’fake’ threats that can cause your reaction ‘on-off button’ to wear and become stuck in the ‘on’ position. Where ‘on’ is always associated with danger.
2️⃣.1️⃣ Response to events Info-graph
Your defence system warns you of the presence of danger by throwing up feelings of fear and anxiety. This causes your body to automatically respond by making physical changes to help you beat the threat.
3️⃣ Emotional Reactions and Responses to Red Flag Professional Behaviour.
As the name suggests, your reaction anticipates that a previous experience that has caused you emotional pain and suffering’, will be just as painful thus time. So your reaction to the merest suggestion that this situation is about to be repeated, is more exaggerated than would be the case if your last experience was not associated with any bad memories.
3️⃣.1️⃣ Respond to yourself Info-graph
You begin to respond to all ‘threats’ by upping your fear levels and you become preoccupied that your anxieties will be used as evidence to bolster others negative opinion of you. You just know that any health related meetups and appointments are going to be a disaster.
The confusion generated by the catch-22 of needing healthcare to survive but you need to avoid healthcare as it may kill you. Overpowers your normal responses, and to your brain and body react automatically by responding with physical and emotional ‘distress and stress’ behaviours.
4️⃣ Reactions to trauma that cause the Physical response of:
▶️ Lack of energy
▶️ Tightness in chest
▶️ Difficulty breathing
▶️ Rapid heart rate
▶️ Grinding of teeth
▶️ Dry mouth
▶️ Visual difficulties
▶️ Feeling shaky
▶️ Profuse sweating
5️⃣ Reactions to trauma that cause Psychological responses of:
▶️ Questions of Who? What? When? Why?
▶️ Recurrent thoughts,
▶️ Scattered” thoughts
▶️ Poor decisions,
▶️ Poor problem solving
▶️ Intrusive images,
▶️ Hyper vigilance
6️⃣ Reactions to trauma that cause the Emotional response of:
6️⃣.1️⃣ Emotional Reactions Info-graph
▶️ Sadness & despair
▶️ Guilt & blame
7️⃣ Reactions to trauma that cause the Behavioural responses of:
▶️ Outbursts and irritability.
▶️ Change in activity
▶️ Changes in appetite
▶️ Drinking and/or alcohol Taking drugs
▶️ Avoidance Crying
▶️ Sighing Restless activity