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What is trauma?

Trauma is a condition that results from a set of circumstances, a series of events, or a harmful or threatening event that an individual experiences emotionally or physically. This event can have long-lasting adverse effects on the individual's social, emotional, physical functioning and well-being.

What are its main signs and symptoms?

Mental responses to a traumatic event include:

  • Reduced memory and concentration
  • Disturbed thoughts about the event
  • Confusion
  • Parts of the event repetitively playing in the mind

Physical responses to a traumatic event include:

Behavioural responses to a traumatic event include:

  • Changes in appetite
  • Drifting away from regular routines
  • Sleeping issues
  • Getting engrossed in tasks related to recovery
  • Developing habits of cigarette, alcohol and coffee consumption
  • Inability to stop thinking about the event
  • Avoiding any memories associated with the event

Emotional responses to a traumatic event include:

  • Panic, anxiety, and fear
  • Feeling emotionless
  • State of shock
  • Feeling confused and detached
  • Moving away from people and not wanting to connect with them
  • Feeling like the event is still happening and that there’s danger around
  • Feeling of exhaustion after the event is over
  • Feeling let down after the event is over
  • Experiencing feelings of guilt, depression, avoidance, and oversensitivity during the let-down phase

What are the main causes?

Experiencing the following events could trigger a traumatic response in a person:

  • Loss
  • Physical and sexual abuse
  • Community, domestic, workplace violence
  • Crime
  • Natural calamity
  • Feeling of deprivation
  • Traumatic sorrow
  • Medical procedures, injury or illness

How is it diagnosed and treated?

Trauma is diagnosed when an adult has all of these symptoms for more than at least a period of one month:

  • At least two reactivity and arousal symptoms
  • At least one of the re-experiencing symptoms
  • At least two mood and cognition symptoms
  • At least one of the avoidance symptoms

Trauma is treated using:

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy
  • Exposure therapy
  • Cognitive restructuring
  • Systematic desensitisation
  • Anxiety management
  • Stress reduction therapy
  • Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing
  • Antidepressants and other medications.


  1. Medicines for Trauma

Medicines for Trauma

Medicines listed below are available for Trauma. Please note that you should not take any medicines without doctor consultation. Taking any medicine without doctor's consultation can cause serious problems.

Medicine NamePack SizePrice (Rs.)
AlbaAlba 20% Infusion3900.0
AlbucelAlbucel 20% W/V Infusion4375.0
Albumin GccAlbumin Gcc 20% Infusion5000.0
AlburelAlburel 20% Solution4048.0
AlburenAlburen 20% Syrup5500.0
BuminateBuminate 20% Infusion3938.0
CealbCealb 20% Infusion3100.0
Human Albumin (Baxter)Human Albumin 20% Infusion3420.0
Human Albumin (Serum)Human Albumin 5% Infusion3468.75
PlasmanatePlasmanate 5 Mg Infusion5288.46
AlbumeonAlbumeon 20% Infusion4078.0
Albumin (Bayer)Albumin 20% Injection1625.0
Albumina UmanaAlbumina Umana 20% Infusion2250.0
AlbuteinAlbutein Infusion3937.5
FlexbuminFlexbumin 20% Infusion4406.0
HuminHumin 20% Infusion6500.0
CerebrolysinCerebrolysin Injection805.0
CognifastCognifast Tablet160.0
CerebrainCerebrain 90 Mg Tablet24.0
CerevateCerevate 60 Mg Injection805.0
CerevionCerevion Tablet139.0
CognistarCognistar 30 Mg Injection500.0
CognitracCognitrac 60 Mg Injection750.0
NeurobrosinNeurobrosin 30 Mg Injection882.86
StropinStropin 60 Mg Injection770.0
Ringer Lactate RRinger Lactate R Solution18.12
Compound Sodium LacateCompound Sodium Lacate Solution12.5
Mankind Vitamin CVitamin C Injection2.11
BecosulesBecosules Capsule28.38
Dr. Reckeweg Vita-C 15Reckeweg Vita C 15 Nerve Tonic525.0
Dr. Reckeweg Vita-C 15 ForteReckeweg Vita C 15 Forte Tonic890.0

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