Trauma that only thought of as natural – everyone must have a past that traumatized him both in some aspects of the incident but it turns out that it can cause mental illness as well, why is that so.
PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) or post-traumatic stress disorder is a mental disorder that occurs after a person experiences or witnesses an unpleasant event, which is an anxiety disorder that causes sufferers to remember traumatic events. Traumatic events that can trigger PTSD include war, accidents, natural disasters, and sexual abuse.
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Post-traumatic stress disorder generally affects women more than men. The reason is, most women are more sensitive to change than men, so they experience more intense emotions. Post-traumatic stress disorder is a condition that can affect patients of all ages, even children. PTSD can be treated by reducing risk factors.
The appearance of symptoms caused by PTSD varies, some appear within 1 month after the incident. However, in some cases, new symptoms will appear years after a person has experienced the traumatic event. PTSD symptoms are generally divided into 4 types, namely intrusive memory, avoidance or avoidance, negative changes in thinking, mood, and changes in physical and emotional reactions.
If you look at the prevalence, PTSD has a lifetime prevalence, which is between 8 – 10 percent, followed by social disability. People who are at risk of suffering from PTSD are generally women. This is because women experience more sexual harassment than men.