flashbacks are involuntary and vivid memories of a traumatic event that can occur at any time. They can make a person feel like they are reliving the event, experiencing the same emotions and sensations as before. flashbacks can be triggered by reminders of the trauma, such as sounds, smells, images, or situations. flashbacks can interfere with a person’s daily functioning and well-being, and may require professional help to cope with them.

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