Video: Understanding PTSD’s Effects on Brain, Body, and Emotions | Janet Seahorn

Some takeaways from Janet:

  • By definition post-traumatic stress is an anxiety disorder that develops in reaction to a physical injury or a severe mental or emotional distress
  • All you have to do is look on your cell phone open up a paper, turn on the news and there’s millions of different types of ways post-traumatic stress can be evoked but there’s a fairly new one and it’s happening to our young people it’s called cyber bullying and cyber bullying for a young mind puts them into that mental and emotional distress
  • Post-traumatic stress by a neurological standpoint is not a disorder it’s a reordering of your neural networks and pathways and your sensory pathways so that you can survive in a really dangerous situation

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