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Trauma
Introduction 

Hamstring
Trauma - Injury (muscle/hamstring)

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Trauma
Introduction

Trauma
Anxiety/ Phobia

Trauma
Fear

Trauma
Grief/loss

Trauma
Injuries
(breaks & fractures)

Trauma
Injuries
(muscles|

Trauma
Birthing

Trauma
Introduction 

Definitions
Trauma refers to the symptoms of mental or emotional shock following a stressful event or physical injury. It is a nervous reaction to an event in the past. The word trauma is used differently by the medical community and the general public. The connotation by the public is an intense emotional reaction to a stressful situation or bad news. The medical condition is defined as a condition where the tissues in the body don't receive enough oxygen and nutrients to allow the cells to function optimally. This ultimately leads to cellular death, progressing to organ failure, and finally, if untreated, whole body failure and death.

Shock is the initial reaction to a traumatic event and is the persons emotional protection from being too suddenly overwhelmed by the catastrophe. The person may not yet be willing or able to believe what their mind knows to be true a state of shock which may normally last two or three months from the initial crisis

Background
Trauma is concerned with the transfer of energy from an outside force on to another object which in this case is a human person in the shape of their physical body, mind or emotions. Such transfer of kinetic energy (energy of movement) may be blunt or sharp in nature. In addition to blunt and sharp mechanisms, there are situations of thermal energy in the form of heat, cold, or where chemical agent liberates (generate) hot or cold conditions.

Psychological trauma is a type of damage to the psyche that occurs as a result of a severely distressing event. In this case the kinetic energy impacts the brain such that it is either physically damaged (as for example in the case of neurological complaints) or brain chemistry is sufficiently altered as to malfunction. When that trauma leads to posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), damage may involve physical and/or chemical so changing the person's response to future stress.

Trauma Statistics
The trauma of motor vehicle collisions is the leading cause of trauma death in all age groups between 1 to 65 years
Trauma remains the leading cause of death in individuals aged 1 to 44 years, with the majority of injuries preventable.
Trauma is the leading cause of death (ages 1 through 44)
Trauma is responsible for 80% of teenage deaths
Trauma is responsible for 60% of childhood deaths
Falls become the leading cause of death. in individuals over 65 years, falls The most common causes of nonfatal

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Homeopathic Treatment for Trauma
The human body for all its wonderful capacities is alas not invincible. From simple scratches to devastating and fatal injury trauma is the most common and pervavise medical condition encountered. The complex ways in which the body deals with trauma are a vivid demonstration of the intelligent and coordinated response capability of the body. Most people in the world have suffered from personal and/or global trauma or disaster.ranging from crises that affect one personally to those that affect many others, Homeopathy can offer effective help in all cases.

When treating trauma a consideration often overlooked, in a natural desire to render direct assistance for trauma symptoms, is the initial shock that people experience in disasters great and small. It can continue unnoticed, even lead to physical or mental complication and slow down or stop recovery. The correct homeopathic remedy (the similimum) can serve many purposes from the First-Aid treatment of the initial responder to the subsequent individualised long term treatment of a physician. Homeopathic remedies work both immediately in crises management as well as long term to provide permanent and enduring results.

Homeopathic Scope
Here are some examples of the mainline illness symptoms and conditions Homeopathy can tackle as a result of trauma. The list is by no means exhaustive. Many other complications and afflictions can be helped with the correct Homeopathic remedy:

Anxiety
Birthing
Blunt force trauma
Bleeding (external)
Bleeding (internal)
Bone injuries
Bruising
Burns

Concussion
Cuts & wounds
Emotional trauma

Fear Grief
Infections
Injuries
Oxygen deficit
Pain
Phobias
Poisons
PTSS
Shock
Spasms
Survivor guilt

What should I do next?
Contact Dr. Peter Darashah and discuss your concerns with him.
Should  treatment be advisable a consultation can be readily arranged either
in person or through eConsultation.

Dr. Peter Darashah

Ph.D.,M.Sc (Lond), B.Sc., DIHom (Pract),FBIH, MARH

Nutrition Consultant & Homeopathic Physician

(087) 2621943
Consultations held at:
Dervish Holistic Cebtre, 50 Cornmarket Str., Cork.

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Hamstring
Trauma - Injuries
Hamstring/ muscle

Public grief
Trauma - Grief/ loss
Public grief

Expressed Fear 
Trauma - Fear

Arachnophobia
Trauma - Anxiety/phobia
Arachnophobia
(spiders)

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