The adrenal stress response mechanism…

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The fight, flight or freeze mechanism:
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Tunnel Vision: One’s field of vision narrows and tunnels into the perceived threat.
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Auditory Exclusion: The hearing tends to shut off.
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Loss of fine motor skills: Often only gross motor functions are possible under the adrenal state.

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Tai-chi-Psyche: Everything seems to move in slow motion.
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Increased heart rate, blood pressure and respiration.
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This is the environment PTSD places us when we are triggered. Our skills have deteriorated along with our ability to respond to a delusion threat. This is why we have a daily practice, so we can stay present and observe this phenomena correctly.
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PTSD is a bluff, it has access to this switch (adrenal stress response) but nothing exists beyond the this threat.
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After a trigger subsides, no damage can be discerned. Our defense mechanism fired,
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