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TOPIC: Recognize PTSD, Psychotic Symptoms, Effects of Fat

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PTSD (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder) is

a mental illness in the face of a serious traumatic event Resulting in a lot of stress, such as disasters, floods, earthquakes, riots, murder, war, robbery, rape, etc., which people faced with that event. survived Or is it the one who lost a loved one in that incident? Causing severe psychological stress and suffering, resulting in impairment in work and daily life, including some people who may have seen from the news or heard about Seeing the video clip until I feel scared until the stress, fear, worry can follow. (Some people use it to explain why they read a lot of sad news. and feeling worried)

Causes of PTSD

The factors are both biological. and psychological factors found to have abnormalities in certain neurotransmitters or there is a wrong response mental part It is believed that PTSD symptoms occur because of the disorder. Some behaviors, such as visualization, smell, sound, cause psychotic symptoms. Examples of extreme events that can trigger PTSD include wars, disasters, catastrophic accidents. Unexpected events, rape, etc.

Symptoms of people at risk for PTSD are:

Symptoms in the first month, about 1 month, we call it the phase of the mind (Acute Stress Disorder) or acute stress symptoms. This may cause stress and nervous symptoms come up.
The second stage (PTSD: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) lasts longer than 1 month, and some may last for several months. or for a year, depending on the person
The symptoms shown can be easily divided into 3 groups:

shocked and scared Feeling anxious, easily frightened, not concentrating, easily stressed, anxious
The symptoms were thought to be in that event. a feeling or thought that an event will happen again There were images of frightening events that kept repeating in my head, even though it had never happened to myself.
Fear and avoidance People with PTSD tend to avoid things that can trigger fears, such as not being close to the sea. for fear of drowning
There are also often negative changes. such as feeling unhappy unable to do many activities any longer until causing other illnesses inserted again

Usually, people with PTSD have to admit to what happened and use medication or therapies from their doctor to treat the symptoms.
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