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What Is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder?

Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a serious mental health condition. It is often triggered by a traumatic event that was either seen or experienced firsthand. 

They often report feeling as if they were experiencing the trauma, even when they are in a safe place. Many people who go through a traumatic event will need some time to adjust. People with post-traumatic stress disorder can develop symptoms that last for months or even years. Over time daily functions can start to decline if treatment is not found.

Veteran with ptsd sitting in a therapy session with his face in his hand.

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Symptoms of PTSD

PTSD symptoms can start as early as a month after the traumatic event, but can sometimes take years to develop. These symptoms may cause problems with work, relationships, and social interactions if allowed to continue without proper treatment. 

Patients with PTSD often experience distressing memories, recurrent nightmares, flashbacks of the event, emotional distress, and self-destructive behavior.

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Types of PTSD

This type is linked to one major traumatic event, versus multiple events, and is the easiest form of PTSD to treat. Symptoms of this type include, nightmares, flashbacks to the event, irritability, mood changes and changes in relationships. 

This type is caused by multiple traumatic events, not just one. Complex PTSD is common in abuse or domestic violence cases, repeated exposure to war or community violence, or sudden loss.  Individuals with complex PTSD can be diagnosed with borderline or antisocial personality disorder or dissociative disorders.

This diagnosis is given when a person has more than one mental health concern, often coupled with substance abuse issues. Comorbid PTSD is extremely common, as many people suffer from more than one condition at a time. Best results are achieved when both the commingling mental health condition and the comorbid PTSD are treated at the same time.

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