Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
It is a mental disorder brought on by personal experience or witnessing a traumatic event.
Although the majority of individuals who experience traumatic events may initially struggle to adjust and cope, with the passage of time and proper self-care, they typically recover. You may have PTSD if the symptoms worsen, persist for months or years, and disrupt your daily functioning.

It can be crucial to obtain effective treatment for PTSD as soon as symptoms appear to alleviate symptoms and restore function.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may manifest in individuals who experience, witness, or become informed of an incident that exposes them to the prospect of mortality, severe injury, sexual assault, or both.

Physicians are uncertain as to why some individuals develop PTSD. Similar to numerous mental health conditions, PTSD is likely induced by an intricate combination of:

  • The magnitude and intensity of one's life's traumatization
  • Stressful experiences Inherited mental health risks, including an anxiety and depression predisposition
  • Personality traits that are inherited; often referred to as temperament
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