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It depends on which symptoms you need help with. The short-term symptoms will generally subside on their own as long as no new trauma is experienced. Our natural coping mechanisms will seek to balance out our body and mind over the course of about three days. If it lasts longer than that then see your physician. If it becomes chronic it can lead to a condition called post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.

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Q: How do you relieve physical symptoms after a bad or traumatic experience ex headache dizziness stomach aches etc?
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