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What Is PTSD? Is It For Real?

Is everything around you terrifying you? Are you having the worst of nightmares and deadly anxiety attacks? All of these symptoms appear when you have been through a horrible event

6 months ago

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Is everything around you terrifying you? Are you having the worst of nightmares and deadly anxiety attacks? All of these symptoms appear when you have been through a horrible event or incident. Especially, nowadays if you’re reading this from Ukraine, then you might relate to this. Such a condition is called Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Shortly known as PTSD, and yes it is real.

Abuse. Ongoing trauma. Low self-esteem. Boxed in by pain. Fragile hearts, broken and darkened.
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What is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder?

It is a mental health condition in which you experience horrible nightmares, short spans of anxiety, and a constant feeling of fear. Such symptoms can also be felt during a war.

How To Treat Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder?

With time you get over all the terrifying symptoms on your own. No proper treatment is much needed. The recovery process is rapid when you have left behind the disturbing element.

What Are The Main Signs Of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder?

A person going through PTSD has the following signs:

· They start feeling threatened by the world. The world becomes a scary place to be in. They’re always assuming how the world can harm them, and going out is extremely dangerous for their life.

· They start avoiding specific places where the event has occurred. They become extremely conscious of their pathways.

PTSD can be hard on people and make them behave in certain weird ways which they can’t control. So if you see any person behaving in the manner mentioned above, try to convince them to consult a psychiatrist or start working on their symptoms as soon as possible. This is because even if a minor harmless disease is left untreated it becomes malignant.

Waliha Shahid

Published 6 months ago