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Because these experiences are intrusive and result in an over whelming arousal of our system, they are taken in as fragments rather than as a whole experience. When data is taken in as fragments, it's stored in the sensory p arts of the brain, where it remains compartmentalized. The trouble is, this area of the brain now has billions of bits of data that need to be associ ated with feelings, memories , and emotions , then sent to the gnostic area to be told as a story. As long as these bits of data are trapped in the sensory part of the brain,they remain chaotic and unhealed.
W hat's happening is that something in the present has triggered unprocessed trauma from the past, and this is now emerging as distress. Consider the case of a woman in her thirties who was in bed one night with a man she was getting to know and trust. Usually the couple enjoyed intimacy in reduced lighting. But this particular night, the room was pitch black. As they moved toward intimacy, the woman suddenly leapt out of bed, ran from the room, and spent the next couple of hours on the phone with her sister.
Tremors allow an organism to "thaw out" from the hyper-arousal state. They are the way the body releases itself from trauma. They work How the Body Copes with Tra uma 47 by quieting the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal axis in humans just as they do in other mammals. The body evokes the tremors to complete the discharge of our fight, flight, or freeze response. Such tremors are referred to as neurogenic tremors. They are a pri mordial bodily experience originating in the processes ofthe brain's pro cedural memory.