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Help guide for post traumatic stress disorder
Help guide for post traumatic stress disorder
Help guide for post traumatic stress disorder
Help guide for post traumatic stress disorder
Help guide for post traumatic stress disorder
Help guide for post traumatic stress disorder
Help guide for post traumatic stress disorder
Help guide for post traumatic stress disorder
Help guide for post traumatic stress disorder
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Help guide for post traumatic stress disorder

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Learn how to fight with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Panic Disorder and what are the symptoms or signs and causes.

Learn how to fight with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Panic Disorder and what are the symptoms or signs and causes.

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  • 1. http://www.extremeanxietydisorders.com
  • 2. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can be arising after you have been through a traumatic event. A traumatic event is something horrible and unfriendly that you see; hears about, like child sexual or physical abuse, terrorist attack, sudden death of a loved one, rape, etc. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder. http://www.extremeanxietydisorders.com
  • 3. PTSD can cause many symptoms. These symptoms define into three category. Re-Experiencing symptoms  Flashbacks- reliving the trauma over and over, including physical symptoms ( heart beat or sweating).  Bad Dreams and Frightening thoughts. http://www.extremeanxietydisorders.com
  • 4. Avoidance Symptoms  Stay away from places, events that reminders of the experience.  Losing interest in activity that enjoy in past  Feel about guilty.  Feeling depression and worry  Feeling emotionally numb http://www.extremeanxietydisorders.com
  • 5. Hyper arousal Symptoms  Having difficulty sleeping  Irritability or outbursts of anger  Difficulty in concentration  Feeling Tense  Physical aches and pains  Depression and hopelessness  Guilt, shame and self-blame http://www.extremeanxietydisorders.com
  • 6.  Fear of being separated from parent  Sleep problems and nightmares  Irritability and aggression  Forgetting how or being unable to talk  Aches and pains with no apparent cause  Acting out the scary event during playtime Older children and teens usually show symptoms more like those seen in adults. http://www.extremeanxietydisorders.com
  • 7.  Family history of PTSD or depression  History of physical or sexual abuse  High level of stress in everyday  Previous traumatic experience in early life  History of anxiety or other mental illness.  Getting Hurt  No Social Support or having little http://www.extremeanxietydisorders.com
  • 8.  Trauma- focused cognitive-behavioral therapy  Family and Friends Support  Daily Medication  EMDR (Eye Desensitization and Reprocessing) http://www.extremeanxietydisorders.com
  • 9. By Tim O’Lawler http://www.extremeanxietydisorders.com

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