What Is the Fear Paralysis Reflex?
This reflex is an early intrauterine, rather than primitive reflex that emerges in the womb sometime during the second month after conception.
The Fear Paralysis Reflex is one of the earliest reflexes and the most characteristic reaction is withdrawal away and/or a temporary freeze from any sudden, unexpected or threatening stimuli, event or trauma.
When this happens, the fetus shuts off its environment by producing stress proteins and literally becomes paralyzed by fear.
Some symptoms of a non-integrated The Fear Paralysis Reflex (FPR)
Below you will find a brief introduction in the kinds of reflexes and how they are important.
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Some symptoms of a nonintegrated FPR
Exercises To Help The Brain Developing The Fear Paralysis Reflex
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