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About PTSD

PTSD stands for post-traumatic stress disorder, and is a term used for those who have suffered from witnessing (or experiencing) a terrifying incident. People with this mental condition often report suffering nightmares, increased anxiety, flashbacks and other negative or anxious thoughts about the event they went through.

People suffering from PTSD report repeatedly re-living their traumatic experience multiple times and it is known to cause them long-term suffering which can considerably impact their quality of life. Previously known as ‘shell shock’, PTSD first came to the attention of the public after the war by those who had fought.

Nowadays, we see people fall victim to PTSD through a variety of traumatic experiences. This makes the treatment of PTSD vital if sufferers are to regain some peace and sanity in dealing with their situation.

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