Most people are aware of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), especially when it comes to those returning from combat war zones. Other soldiers returning from past battles had PTSD as well, but there was little awareness of the alterations brought on by extreme trauma in these past wars.
Today, studies into the brain’s or mind’s response to trauma have raised awareness of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in a wide range of situations. This involves experiencing and seeing the atrocities of war, as well as first responders, crime victims, and those who have been exposed to one or more incidences of trauma throughout their lives.
The fight, flight, or freeze reactions are well-known responses to trauma. The so-called fawn response, on the other hand, is the fourth option. Flight is the fleeing or running situation, fight involves becoming hostile, and freeze entails becoming physically unable to move or make a decision.
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