Chronic Trauma

Chronic injury happens when an individual encounters different traumatic instances. This kind of trauma occurs repeatedly, cumulatively and even increases after some time, events such as reoccurring physical or sexual abuse, disregard or battle encounter. Chronic trauma can also result from a build-up of multiple traumatic experiences throughout one’s life or progressing brutality against relatives.

An individual may have encountered a natural disaster, war, imprisonment, evacuating, ambush and a serious accident at various times throughout their life. The consequences of chronic trauma are normally more serious, on the grounds that one traumatic experience brings back old emotions and issues connected with another. Casualties of chronic trauma often live ruinous, heedless and wild live which requires intensive and frequently painful medical intervention


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