Shock Trauma

Shock Trauma

Shock traumaShock is defined as major blood loss or severe injury to the body that leads to various physical symptoms. This shock to the body can lead to trauma which causes problems when the shock originally happens as well as for some time afterward. The initial period of shock can be difficult to deal with, but sometimes people forget about getting help for the problems that appear after the shock is gone. We offer online therapy for shock trauma here at to help people deal with all the issues that come with this type of trauma. Whether it is an accident or some other major medical injury that causes the shock, the resulting trauma may vary slightly. That said, there are some common symptoms associated with shock trauma that may appear. Looking for them is an important way to avoid the dangers associated with shock trauma.

Symptoms and Dangers of Shock Trauma  

After surviving a serious physical injury, trauma may show up in a variety of symptoms. From disturbances with normal eating and sleeping routines to low energy or sexual dysfunction, there are many physical signs that may appear. On the emotional side, people who experience shock trauma may experience depression, despair, panic attacks, memory loss, and a host of other psychological signs. While the body may heal after shock trauma, if nothing is done about the emotional side of the ordeal, other problems may develop. Some people begin to experience the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. Others may find trouble with major depression or substance abuse. This is why treatment for shock trauma is important.

Typical signs of a person with shock trauma:

  • Eating disturbances
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Low energy
  • Chronic, unexplained pain
  • Depression and despair
  • Panic attacks
  • Fearfulness
  • Compulsive obsessive behaviors
  • Memory loss
  • Trouble making decisions

Treatment for Shock Trauma  

Because some people don't like visiting therapists in person, we offer online therapy for shock trauma here at You can find trained therapists who specialize in this and other types of trauma. They offer emotional support and help. The body may heal physically, but sometimes it's the underlying damage to the mind that does more harm in the long term. This is why it is important to get treatment even after the wounds that caused the shock heal. Many people don't like to get help because they think it makes them weak, but dealing with shock trauma without proper instruction and guidance can be a frightening and difficult experience. This is why we offer online treatment. Getting help for dealing with shock trauma is not difficult.

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