It’s given that PTSD changes us, but how exactly does it work and what can we do to improve our mental health?
There is no guide to overcoming post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Still, mental health professionals have observed some trends among people who successfully treat their PTSD. It all begins with identifying symptoms and then finding a way to keep them under control.
Our brains have unique ways of responding to trauma when it occurs or when we re-live its memories. By understanding these, you have a better chance at overcoming post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). A person may suffer from PTSD when: Experiences a traumatic event. Witnesses a traumatic event. Hears about a traumatic event (rare). Whatever this
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a form of anxiety that develops after someone experiences a traumatic event. People are diagnosed with complex PTSD (C-PTSD) when they’ve symptoms continue after months or years . It can often be difficult for people with PTSD to let go of their traumatic event. No matter what your personal experience
A guide on sexual assault and the effects it has due to PTSD.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (better known as PTSD) is a mental disorder which is precipitated by a distressing event. The victim either experiences the event or witnesses it firsthand. It’s common for people who experience a traumatic event to then go through a short period of adjustment and coping. However, the majority of these people will