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Any time that you are involved in a car crash, whether you are injured or not, there may be more damage than you realize. There are often psychological injuries that may range from a mild depression to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).







So, how can you deal with the often unseen injuries from a car crash.

  • Letting go of the guilt.

Whether the car accident was your fault or not, you need to find a way to let go of the guilt. Accidents happen and you need to move on. You will start to feel much better after you let go.

  • Take deep breaths.

When you are anxious, you might find that closing your eyes and taking deep breaths may help you relax, even a little bit. You may also want to try some relaxation exercises to help.

  • Focus on taking care of yourself.

If you have injuries, see a doctor and get the help you need. If not, make sure that you eat right and exercise. It is also important to get enough sleep, even if you need some medication.

  • Seek help.

It is very common to suffer emotionally after a car accident. However, if it continues, you should see a doctor. He may prescribe some anxiety medication. It may also help to see a psychiatrist to talk through your problems.

Car crashes often leave people emotionally injured. They may be scared to get in a car. Some have trouble even leaving the house. It is important to take care of yourself and seek help if you need it.

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This article is originally posted at Hogan Injury