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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Suggestions

(Also Known As: Ptsd Suggestions, Stress Disorder Suggestions, Traumatic Stress Suggestions, Chronic Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Suggestions, Shell Shock Suggestions, Stress Syndrome Suggestions, Railway Spine Suggestions, Traumatic War Neurosis Suggestions, Battle Fatigue Suggestions, Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome Suggestions)

(Reviewed by: Paul Peterson, Licensed Therapist)

Suggestions for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

It is often inevitable to experience fear, anxiety, depression, guilt, and anger after surviving a traumatic event and dealing with it can be a very difficult and distressing event. Many victims of traumatic events often find it hard to talk about their past experiences or do not want to talk about it. Understanding their condition is empirical while helping them cope to recover from their trauma. They often need comfort and have someone willing to listen. Providing support and professional help will help combat the threat of the progression of these normal coping mechanisms of the person to become abnormally manifested into post traumatic stress disorder. Getting immediate support will help one to learn healthy coping mechanisms in order to survive their traumatic experience. There are some healthy coping support tips for victims of a traumatic event such as the following:

  • Consult a professional immediately once you find your symptoms persistent
  • Do not self medicate since there are some medicines that can exacerbate your symptoms.
  • Learn to take care of yourself by getting the right sleep, eating a balanced diet, and getting exercise
  • Learn to break the cycle. When you feel anxious try to preoccupy yourself or take a walk.
  • Talk to someone.

Could You Have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder?

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Topics

Related Conditions

Anxiety Disorder NOS – Unpleasant Emotion, Fear, Anxiety, Phobia, Fatigue, Exhaustion
Generalized Anxiety Disorder – Irrational Worry, Uncontrolled Depression, Anxiety Response Not in Proportion to the Actual Cause
Panic Disorder – Panic Attack, Anxiety, On-Going Irrational Worry
Social Anxiety Disorder – Social Anxiety, Anxiety Disorder, Chronic Fear to be Judge by Others, Fear of Social Interaction