In July 2015 I wrote the article, Limbic System, Fight or Flight Response and Brain Injury Recovery. Upon checking, I realized that I had not created a video presentation of the article.
To offer the information within the article to individuals who learn through watching and listening, I created the below video presentation.
A Brief Introduction to the Article
Understanding how stress impacts the manner in which individuals respond and relate to life plays a major role in each individual’s recovery process.
The fight or flight response can be exacerbated by a number of factors in the lives of individuals living with the impact of a brain injury.
The reaction to these factors, for individuals living with brain injuries; can be accelerated and exacerbated by filters in the brain that have been damaged due to a brain injury.
Understanding stressors and how these stressors impact our recovery process as brain injury survivors is very important.
Understanding how these filters have been damaged due to an injury to a brain injury can be very helpful. Understanding how these damaged filters impact how individuals react to the fight or flight process can be pivotal in the individual’s recovery process.
By understanding how these filters have been damaged, the individual then can take steps to monitor and use different techniques to process the stress.
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For Individuals who would llike to read the complete article, click on this link: Limbic System, Fight or Flight Response and Brain Injury Recovery
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