Know about PTSD, mental symptoms and effects of serious events.

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Know about PTSD, mental symptoms and effects of serious events.

There is one word that I would like everyone to know about: PTSD or Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. It is a term used to describe a type of schizophrenia after being severely affected by a bad event such as terrorism, war, accidents, or witnessing various bad events. Or some people read the news and see pictures and think they are in that event and feel afraid. Report from ทางเข้า ufabet

PTSD (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder) is

A state of mental illness when faced with a seriously traumatic event. Resulting in great stress such as disasters, floods, earthquakes, riots, murder, war, robbery, murder, rape, etc., which people who are faced with such events survived Or is it a person who lost a loved one in that event? This causes very severe mental stress to the point of suffering, resulting in impairments in work and daily living. Including some people may have seen it on the news or heard stories. Seeing video clips makes one feel afraid, causing stress, fear, and anxiety to follow. (Some people use it to explain why they read a lot of sad news. and feel worried)

Causes of PTSD 

The factors are both biological. and psychological factors It was found that there was an abnormality in certain neurotransmitters. or there is an incorrect response Mental part It is believed that PTSD symptoms occur due to a disorder. Some behaviors occur, such as thinking about images, smells, and sounds, causing mental symptoms to occur. Examples of violent events that may trigger PTSD include wars, disasters, and serious accidents. Unexpected events, rape, etc.

Symptoms of those at risk for PTSD are:

  • The first symptoms last about 1 month, which is called Acute Stress Disorder or acute stress symptoms. This may cause symptoms of stress and nervous symptoms.
  • The second stage (PTSD: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) is lasting for more than 1 month. For some people, it may last for several months. or for years, depending on the person

The symptoms are easily divided into 3 groups: 

  1. shocked and afraid Feeling anxious, easily startled, unable to concentrate, easily stressed, anxious. 
  2. I felt like I was in that event. Feeling or thinking that the event will happen again Having images of the feared event repeat in your head, even though it has never happened to you. 
  3. Fear and attempts to avoid People with PTSD tend to avoid things that will trigger the event they fear, such as not going near the ocean. Because of fear of drowning 

In addition, negative changes often occur. For example, feeling that you are not happy. Unable to do many activities can’t get any longer causing other illnesses can be inserted again

People with PTSD usually have to come to terms with what happened and use medication or therapy from a doctor to treat their symptoms.