How to Heal from Trauma, Anxiety and Depression
Trauma as be defined by the medical world as an emotional response towards a negative event in one’s life. There are many causes of trauma in life today. One of the leading causes of trauma in the world today is a result of social erosions. For example, the rate at which rape cases are being reported today at the high. Other factors leading to trauma includes the natural disasters, violence cases, severe injuries or illness, the death of loved ones and so on.
There are many causes of anxiety which means it’s a combination of many factors, for example, one of these factors is the trauma. The other consists of anxiety can include having some personality factors such as being a perfectionist which can lead to anxiety if you’re frustrated, as you are mental illness history in your family, physical health problems such as asthma and diabetes, stressful events such as, pregnancy, substance use, illnesses, relationships, death of a loved one, being raped to name but a few. Depression, on the other hand, is a mood disorder usually characterized by lack of joy, loss of interest in almost everything and persistent loss of mood. The causes of depression are similar to the causes of trauma and anxiety. Some of the effects that trauma anxiety and depression can have on a person includes both emotional or physical short-term and long-term effects.Emotional effect includes sadness, anger, emotional outbursts while physical impacts includes paleness, loss of consideration, fatigue and racing heartbeat instead long-term effects can be treated with financial time but long-term impacts can be severe and hard to treat.
One of the methods or techniques that people advised to use to heal from trauma, anxiety, and depression is to do a lot of exercises. Stress is one of the causes of tension and anxiety relates to depression, it is not in furtherance that exercising such as learning hiking swimming gaming such as football and volleyball sports can reduce the level of stress hence helping you in dealing with anxiety and depression.
Cognitive behavioral therapy is the other treatment for trauma, anxiety, and depression. How cognitive behavioral therapy works is that the therapist is there to help you first into getting into the course of the trauma, anxiety, and depression, the therapist afterwards helps you in coming up with methods and techniques you can use to manage the trauma, anxiety, and depression by advising accordingly on how to manage your emotions clearly hence dealing with the issue of trauma, anxiety and depression.
Another route that you can take to heal from the trauma, anxiety, and depression is by taking medicine. In most cases, the therapist works hand-in-hand with the doctor which means that the drugs in the CBT work in conjunction with each other.