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Young Adults with Childhood Trauma: New Research on PTSD and the Changes of the Mind

There may be some long-term changes in the brain caused due to certain, sudden traumatic situations or experiences during early childhood. According to recent research, physical or sexual abuse is one such form of trauma that can impact our mind and body. Thisstresses the need to understand PTSD and its relevant treatment. This will help you make a more informed decision on whether or not you should consider hypnosis for childhood trauma in Boulder, Colorado.

Understanding the Abuse Cycle

It is natural for us to experience feelings of repulsiveness and horror when we come to know of any incident involving child abuse. We keep thinking abouthow someone could cause such harm to an innocent child. Mental health professionlas and therapists know that sometimes the perpetrator was also the victim of childabuse and without getting the help that is neede they may continue to perpetuate the abuse cycle.

While working with people of different backgrounds and ages, therapists try to understand ways to heal the trauma that has been affecting them.

Symptoms of an Emotional or Physical Trauma

Some of the signs include difficulty in maintaining relationships, addiction to drugs, and most importantly post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This is mostly identified by a close person, usually a loved one, when they notice that the person is overreacting to situations, and suffering from emotional distress even while doing regular daily things.

What Does Research Say?

Researchers in Switzerland in the field of behavioral genetics have found that any traumatic experience at an early age will cause long-term effects in a human brain, manifested as aggressive and impulsive behavior during adulthood.

Their research involving rats under lab conditions reportedly showed a clear difference in the behavior between traumatized rats and normal rats.Their study identified that trauma during childhood can affect the manner in which the human brain is wired, and how a traumatic experience can cause long-lasting effects in the brains of children. It is susceptible to genetic alterations related to the functioning of the brain and the risk of certain diseases.

While studying genetic alterations in PTSD cases with a known history of childhood abuse, researchers were able to notice the changes in the brain’s functions, which, inturn, increases the risk for certain diseases. They also found that this problem cannot be solved effectively by medication alone. The treatment needs to address the root cause of the problem, particularly the trauma that the person has experienced. The person will continue to suffer unless they are given the hope and assurance to open up, followed by the necessary support system.

If youexperienced childhood trauma, and exhibiting signs and symptoms of PTSD, you can opt for hypnosis for childhood trauma in Boulder, Colorado to help overcome PTSD, and regain a zest for life.  Contact Dr. Eva A. Malanowski – a renowned psychologist who can help you overcome PSTD without having to resort to medication. Call her today at 303-242-7824 to schedule an appointment.

2019-10-24T07:01:21+00:00October 14th, 2019|Blog, Hypnotherapy|0 Comments

About the Author:

As a Transformational Psychologist and Life Coach for relationship trauma and related addictions, Dr. Eva specializes in helping growth-oriented professionals release the patterns that keep them emotionally stuck and unfulfilled. Dr. Eva’s work combines her experience as a classically trained, science-based psychologist, with spirituality, Inner Guidance, hypnosis, energy healing, energy psychology and shamanic traditions. While her work is solidly based in science, it’s by going beyond where traditional psychology has gone, that she has found the power to help her clients heal from childhood trauma and related addictions. She received a master’s and doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Baylor University and a post-doctoral fellowship in Psychology from the University of Colorado Health Sciences. Follow Dr. Eva Malanowski on Facebook , Instagram  and LinkedIn

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