At this very moment, your health and lifestyle are directly guided by the growth and development stemmed from childhood teachings and observation. Both positive or negative have an enormous influence on future lifelong health with the right set of circumstances or a callous victimization mindset.
Researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have found that the more stressors that an individual have experienced in their childhood are more likely to develop physical and emotional ailments in their adulthood. Traumatic episodes such as sexual abuse, mental illness in a parent, divorce, neglect, and domestic violence are linked to chronic related stress and obstacles. Chronic related stressors in the form of obesity and/or heart disease are responsible for a premature death that becomes a reality sooner than later.
As of recently and further acclaimed by Dr. Nadine Burke MD, who founded and is the charge of the Center for Youth Wellness in San Francisco, CA has spent over the years treating chronic stress and increasing awareness of childhood traumatic effects on long-term health, medically identified as Adverse Childhood Experiences. Here you may read the full extent of these findings at NY Times, or 2015 Ted Talk.
of health conditions and on the development skills that
will guide children to reach their absolute potential.
As stated by Naturopaths, most men and women function on an energy level full of emotional imbalance in life and sometimes are inclined to exist in one or two emotions that are present in their overall image, like anger or jealousy.
Many emotions that prohibit growth come from things that happened to us in the past that we have not faced or let go of. People walk through life hiding their true emotions to secure their feelings of safety because they have been taught by others to not show emotions that others consider inappropriate (Akua, 2010).
In Holistic Health, we relate our biochemical function made up of “emotions” to the effects of the body (brain matter). As you will see below how both positive and negative emotions lead to the functionality of our Organs.
Negative Emotions + Organs =
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Once emotions are expressed, a healthy person is able to move forward without damaging their physical bodies with emotional baggage (Akua, 2010). Think about it, these individuals are searching for acceptance of their feelings of love and security in order to rebuild self-esteem. They are also searching to find a way to express their deep, inner emotions in a safe and supportive environment.
It begins with you. Commence with a greater sense of awareness of the inspiring attributes or deafening ailments which were passed on in mirror images. With this information, childhood trauma does not have to comprise your continued growth as an adult in an unhealthy manner.
Reality in Consciousness begins at the very moment as the work is placed forth by your intent to grow and change for the betterment of self, aiding in the improvement of mankind!
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“Natural Health and Wellness: The Consultant Manual”, by Dr. Akua Gray
“How Childhood Trauma Can Affect Your Long-Term Health”, NY Times
“Adverse Childhood Experiences”, CDC
About the Author:
Shaw Nee Janelle is a Certified Holistic Health Practitioner, Health & Wellness Consultant, Author of "The Traditional Modalities for Healing”, Blogger & Owner of.realitynconsciousness.com. In her blogs, she enjoys writing inspirational tips on Holistic Health, Self-Care, Afrikan Spirituality, and Sexual Abuse Awareness. She also loves travel, fitness, reading, and creating new vegan recipes.
2/7/2019 10:07:55 pm
For me, yes, it can really affect your health when you get old. It will always have the flashbacks in your head whether it is a good memory or a bad one. I also experienced being traumatized before. I nearly died before in the sea, I was very playful and jolly back then until I had my cramps in the water. It feels like drowning and I started to think inappropriately back then. Up until now, I do not go far from the sand bay anymore. It feels like someone would get me in the water.
2/11/2019 12:56:42 am
Thank you for sharing!
8/13/2019 06:02:05 pm
It can truly affect an adult. My mom was an example of this. When we were young, my parents used to fight each other. They argue a lot even in front or not of their children. It affects us, most especially our second sibling. She had tantrums, her attitude changed and growing up, my mom also was affected by that. Our second sibling is her favorite that is why her illness becomes also hers. Up until now, my mom was always guilty about that happening.
8/13/2019 11:41:53 pm
Thank you for sharing! I hope that she can see through her errors and get help.
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