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Re-experiencing symptoms of PTSD is characterised by memories of the trauma playing over and over in an individual’s mind. These memories can come back as 'flashbacks' during the day or as nightmares at night. The memories can be re-experienced in any of your five senses - you might see images of what happened, but also experience sounds, smells, tastes, or body sensations associated with the trauma. 

Emotions from the trauma can also be re-experienced and it can feel as though the events are happening again.