Written by Nate T.
Tag: post-traumatic stress disorder
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is much more common in children than one might imagine. Here’s some information about what causes PTSD in a child.
PTSD effects everyone differently and, most of the time, the symptoms are unique to a person’s trauma. Here is a collection of the types of trauma.
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
Just because the doctor said it was okay, doesn’t actually make it okay. One of the leading causes of the opioid epidemic is prescription drug abuse . Many who receive specific medications develop an addiction they feel they have no control over. In turn, when these prescriptions run out, they turn to the streets to
A guide on sexual assault and the effects it has due to PTSD.
A deeper look into how ancient philosophers viewed mental illness.