Post Traumatic Stress Dissorder

PTSD – A form of anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is sometimes formed after someone has experienced a terrifying ordeal, usually where serious physical damage could or did occur to the person involved.

A trigger PTSD to occur include violent attacks on people e.g. muggings, rape, human-caused or natural disasters, and military combat. Once someone has PTSD they often find it to be hugely disabling. In terms of PTSD symptoms, those affected tend to re-experience the worst parts of their horrible past in the form of memory flashbacks and nightmares/ frightening thoughts. Other symptoms of PTSD are numbness to emotions, depression, poor sleeping ability, anxiety, and outbursts of anger and general irritability.

Powerful emotions of guilt are also common. If symptoms like these endure for over one month PTSD can then be diagnosed. PTSD can affect any age, from children right through to the elderly. Symptoms are likely to show themselves within three months of a, particularly traumatic event.
Once apparent this illnesses duration and severity are variable, lasting from just six months to many years.

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