“Post-traumatic stress” PTSD – symptoms of battle shock

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We all know the word “post-traumatic stress” but few of us know what the character means and the symptoms of the note.

Traumatic stress events can cause severe and lasting mental reactions. The immediate response to a traumatic event is a severe stress response – A shock “battle response” which is defined in the short term. As mental symptoms persist beyond a month, diagnosis changes to “post-traumatic stress disorder”.

The common symptoms of PTSD are:

  • Troublesome thoughts
  • Impairs the ability to concentrate when performing simple tasks because the brain is busy processing and restoring the experience – Rapid pulse a feeling of high stress panic and more.
  • Irritability and anger, fatigue and stress.
  • Difficulty sleeping and disturbing dreams
  • Poor mood despairing lack of interest, hopelessness and depression negative self-image and insecurity.
  • Negative thinking and more

Post-traumatic stress is not always evident outwardly but inside she is alive and kicking. If you’ve experienced a traumatic event during military service, we’re here for you. We take care of teams and individuals, women and men who served in the front line or in the background, backing them up.

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