ADVERTISEMENT Emotional reactions to trauma may produce feelings of anger, fear, shame, or sadness. According to Psychology Today, processing emotions can be difficult for some individuals, causing them to deny their feelings, which can cause a lack of emotions or a feeling numb emotionally.Physical reactions to trauma can include headaches, stomach pain, insomnia, racing heart, being jumpy all the time.
Other physical problems after a traumatic experience include the following:Cognitive reactions to trauma are common. Studies found trauma challenges you at the very core of your understanding of life.
You suddenly realize the world may not be as safe as you thought it was. Trauma challenges your expectations that you can protect yourself.Behavioral reactions to trauma occur when you engage in a particular behavior to cope with the after-effects of the trauma.Read more on powerofpositivity.com