Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that can develop after a person experiences or witnesses a traumatic event. These events may include combat, sexual assault, natural disasters, accidents, or other life-threatening situations. PTSD can affect individuals of all ages and backgrounds, and its symptoms can be severe and disruptive to daily life.

PTSD symptoms can be categorized into four main clusters:

Re-Experiencing Symptoms: Individuals may have flashbacks, nightmares, or distressing thoughts related to the traumatic event.

Avoidance Symptoms: People with PTSD often avoid reminders of the trauma, including places, people, or activities.

Negative Changes in Mood and Cognition: This cluster involves persistent negative emotions, self-blame, difficulty remembering the traumatic event, and distorted thoughts about oneself or the world.

Arousal and Reactivity Symptoms: Individuals may be easily startled, have difficulty sleeping or concentrating, and may exhibit irritable or aggressive behavior.

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