11 December 2009

Post-Traumatic Stress

post-traumatichave you ever experienced the fear when considering an event you've ever experienced? Or, you inadvertently involved situations that remind you of things that you fear? This is about someone who is experiencing stress disorder about the events that never happened.
Disorders post-traumatic stress (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)) is characterized by the repetition of the traumatic memory of a moment that shook the soul. Experienced or seen traumatic event that threatens death or serious injury can effect a person for a long time. Very scared, helpless, or a frightening experience for traumatic events can haunt a person. Something that can cause post-traumatic stress includes the following:
• Related to the war
• Experienced or seen physical violence or sex
• Affected by disasters, both natural (e.g., hurricanes) or man-made (e.g., great car accidents).
Sometimes symptoms begin until many months or even years after the traumatic event occurred. If the disorder of post-traumatic had been happen for 3 months or more, it is considered chronic. Post-traumatic disorder affects at least 8% of people sometimes throughout their lives, including childhood. Many people experience traumatic events, such as war veterans and victims of rape or other violent activities, experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder.
In disorders post-traumatic stress, nightmares are common. Sometimes life event as if it happened again (flashbacks). Great disruption often occurs when people are confronted with events or circumstances that remind them of the trauma of origin. For example, hue and cry at time of the traumatic moment occurred. People constantly avoiding things that remind of the trauma. They could also try to avoid thoughts, feelings, or conversations about the traumatic event and to avoid activities, circumstances, or people who can remind. Avoidance may also include loss of memory (amnesia) for certain aspects of the traumatic accident. People suffering from depression on emotional reactions and symptoms that appear to increase (such as trouble sleeping, be alert to the danger mark at risk, or be easily startled). Symptoms of depression are common, and people show little interest in previously enjoyable activities. Feelings of guilt are also common. For example, they may feel guilty that when they survive when others did not. Requires treatment psychotherapy (including contact therapy) and drug therapy. Because the great anxiety often associated with memories that shake the soul, supportive psychotherapy plays a very important task in the treatment. Openly therapist empathy and sympathy in identifying psychological pain. Therapist response reassuring people that they are real but they encourage them to face the memories (as a form of therapy contacts). They are also taught how to control, which helps modulate and integrate into the tortured memories of their personality. Antidepressants seem to provide some benefits. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), tricyclic antidepressants, and monoamine oxidize inhibitors (MAOIs) really helped.
Chronic posttraumatic stress disorder cannot be lost but can reduce over time evens without treatment. However, some people become permanent disability with such disorders. Defects in question here is psychologically flawed


denadnan on December 15, 2009 at 8:25 AM said...

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akhatam on December 15, 2009 at 9:33 AM said...

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Tips and Tricks on November 29, 2017 at 7:39 PM said...

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Health Yatra on January 22, 2018 at 9:15 PM said...

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