Is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) a Mood Disorder?

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is basically a disorder or mental illness .  It occurs when someone suffers traumatic event like earthquake , childhood accident , car accident .  When a person again face this type of situation he becomes so nervous.

Most individuals who have been exposed to these sorts of traumatic events develop feelings of anger, shock, fear, guilt, and anxiety. These are completely normal reactions to an unnatural event and will fade over time. A person who has PTSD develops such unusually strong feelings after such an event that they prevent him or her from living a purposeful life. Unfortunately the symptoms of PTSD aren’t reduced over time; usually these feelings intensify until the individual is overwhelmed and unable to function.

Post-traumatic stress disorder occurs on any age if you are kid ,boy,girl or any other well respective age . It appears first three months following the incident but can present months or years later.

People with PTSD experience three different kinds of symptoms. The first one involves reliving the trauma in some way such as becoming upset when confronted with a traumatic reminder or thinking about the trauma when you are trying to do something else. The second set of symptoms involves either staying away from places or people that remind you of the trauma, isolating from other people, or feeling numb. The third set of symptoms includes things such as feeling on guard, irritable, or startling easily.

Recent Research

Over the last 5 years, research on 1–6 year old found that young children can develop PTSD, and the symptoms are quite different from those of adults. It is due to because kids face more sexual abnormalities then others.These findings also saw an increase in PTSD diagnoses in young children by more than 8 times when using the newer criteria.

Symptoms in young children can include:

•Acting out scary events during playtime
•Forgetting how/being unable to talk
•Being excessively clingy with adults
•Extreme temper tantrums, as well as overly aggressive behavior

Treatments For PTSD

The following are the major treatment when someone facing PTSD.

•The patient requires concern over being seen as weak.
•The patient requires concern about being treated differently.
•The patient requires concern that others would lose confidence in them.
•They prefer to rely on family and friends.
•Confidence and  believe him treatment is effective.
•Minimize factors such as cost or location of treatment.


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