I don't know if this is from stress or not, but I--more frequently than not--feel "wacked" in the head following certain more intense triggering episodes. For lack of a better description, it is similar to how whiplash feels. Like my brain got rattled in my head. Does anyone else ever experience this? I have never before read someone else describe this, so I don't know if it is unique to me, related to the PTSD, if there may be another problem (possibly), etc.?
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