Unconscious Trauma Triggers


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At work – the raising of a voice (small increase of voice) can cause you to dissociate – lash out – or completely shut down.

Emotional trigger – The way we feel or respond when:

We are talked down to - treated as less than or not as important can cause us to fight back or leave the situation.

Feeling safe – Can cause us to feel vulnerable or at risk which triggers a fight, flight or freeze responds.

Another trigger is the fear someone may leave us or may not want us around or be in a relationship with us, which can be traumatic, because we depend on others for our health or safety. Perhaps growing up maybe your parents were not around or your grand parents or even a nanny was not there when you needed them and that can be traumatic for us. And now the ones we depend on for our health and ...

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New research

Do you  struggle with sleep problems? What if there was a simple three prong approach to alleviate most sleep disorders? And what if that same approach could also help correct microbiome imbalances and immune system dysfunction?

Dr. Stasha Gominak will present her research on vitamin D, vitamin B complex, and sleep disorders during our upcoming webinar, tomorrow evening, July 6.  Click here
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Vitamin D deficiency has long been correlated with multiple health conditions. However, little attention has been paid to the links between vitamin D and sleep. Numerous areas in the brain have been found to have vitamin D receptors, including areas implicated in regulat ...

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  • Dr. Greenblat

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