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PTSD…What is it good for??

DISCLAIMER: Please remember that the diagnosis and treatment of physical and mental disorders and conditions requires trained medical professionals. The information provided by me or links to other information are to be used for educational purposes only. It should NOT be used as a substitute for seeking professional care for the diagnosis and treatment of… Read More »

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) – Talk It Out on the Learning Videos Channel

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) “Even though PTSD is often times associated with soldiers and their experience on the battlefield, research shows that 7.8% of the entire population will suffer from PTSD at sometime in their lives. Children, teens, adults, are all people at risk at developing PTSD after experiencing a life threatening experience or be… Read More »

Meditation and PTSD

Many veterans from Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan or Operation Iraqi Freedom in Iraq suffer from pronounced posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Given the limited success of conventional treatments for veterans with PTSD, can other interventions help? Here I will tell you about findings about meditation. References: Seppälä, E. M., Nitschke, J. B., Tudorascu, D. L.,… Read More »

Trust Me season 2 What is PTSD Does Jamie McCain have PTSD

Trust Me season 2 What is PTSD Does Jamie McCain have PTSD Subscribe us to read more: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC77RVLoYD4veiFQR7q2Kstg?sub_confirmation=1 Season two of Trust Me begins this evening (Tuesday, April 16) on BBC One at 9pm. The four-part drama has again been written by Dan Sefton, who penned the first series back in 2017 starring Jodie Whittaker… Read More »

What is Acute Stress Disorder? (Traumatic Exposure)

What is Acute Stress Disorder? (Traumatic Exposure) – https://healthery.com/health/acute-stress-disorder/ Presented by healthery.com ASD is distinguished by the development of severe anxiety. It typically occurs within four weeks of a traumatic or distressing event. It generally lasts for at least three days and can continue up to one month. Individuals with ASD experience a decline in… Read More »