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Why does post traumatic stress disorder start

This is an anxiety driven disorder that can be produced by seeing or experiencing very frightening and stressful events such as: Road traffic accidents. Physical attacks. Experiencing combat situations. Natural disasters like earthquakes and tsunamis. After effects of working with aid agencies in war torn countries. Being involved in or being near explosions. Seeing people hurt or killed by terror attacks or accidents. Experiencing any extreme situation that leaves you feeling helpless. Rape or sexual assault. Any event that can be seen as a traumatic experience could lead to symptoms related to PTSD, it is even possible to have symptoms after seeing a horrific or distressing video on the Internet. The symptoms can sometimes start to manifest them- selves after a month or even years after the event has passed.

PTSD triggered responses

PTSD can be triggered by a smell, sound, situations a thought or seeing something that links back to the event. what starts of the triggered response is sometimes obvious and easily recognised, but sometimes its hidden and not easily understood. People often experience symptoms such as insomnia and night terrors and reliving the traumatic event over and over. This can leave them feeling anxious emotional and worn out, they can find it hard to think and often feel helpless and stressed and can exhibit out bursts of anger and can sometimes react violently to stressful situations.

COPING WITH PTSD

Sufferers can sometimes start taking drugs or start drinking more as they try to cope as best they can with the fear and emotions involved as time goes on. Using alcohol or drugs as a method of coping will start to create even more problems, the substances they are using to alle- viate the problem may in themselves become a growing issue and add to the difficulties they face.

Panic attacks can be triggered

Fear responses may be heightened to the point of setting off panic attacks that are triggered by sounds smells or seeing similar events in the media such as an incident on a TV news program or while watching a film. Other heightened anxiety responses can appear to further impact the person’s quality of life such as a social phobia. People experiencing this condition need to understand the dangers of driving or operating equipment where they need to stay aware of their surroundings to keep themselves and others safe and in most cases should refrain from such activities until they are feeling better.

Can therapy help people with PTSD

Helping people with this issue has to be measured and at a pace that is controlled by you, sound only therapy can have an added benefit by creating a more internalised engagement and a in safer environment with a more distant interaction that is built on your terms.  

Post TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD)

WHAT IS PTSD?

Post traumatic stress disorder also know as (PTSD) is an anxiety problem that can have an effect on all aspects of a person’s life, their personal, social and work life can be severely disrupted. There is no rushing the recovery of PTSD it takes time, how long will depend on many complex factors, but therapy can help many people recover faster if care is taken not to push or or pressure the person to much to soon. This online therapy service offers a specialist way to experience ther- apy for people suffering with this condition, it is often very effective at reducing the stress felt in therapy for people suffering from any kind of trauma. The sound only therapy sessions can help you connect to events and thoughts in a more relaxed and less stressful way. Many people have found it helpful.
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Post TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER

(PTSD)

WHAT IS PTSD?

Post traumatic stress disorder also know as (PTSD) is an anxiety problem that can have an effect on all aspects of a person’s life, their personal, social and work life can be severely disrupted. There is no rushing the recovery of PTSD it takes time, how long will depend on many complex factors, but therapy can help many people recover faster if care is taken not to push or or pressure the person to much to soon. This online therapy ser- vice offers a specialist way to experience therapy for people suf- fering with this condition, it is often very effective at reducing the stress felt in therapy for people suffering from any kind of trauma. The sound only therapy sessions can help you connect to events and thoughts in a more relaxed and less stressful way. Many people have found it helpful.

Why does post traumatic stress disorder

start

This is an anxiety driven disorder that can be produced by see- ing or experiencing very frightening and stressful events such as: Road traffic accidents. Physical attacks. Experiencing combat situations. Natural disasters like earthquakes and tsunamis. After effects of working with aid agencies in war torn countries. Being involved in or being near explosions. Seeing people hurt or killed by terror attacks or accidents. Experiencing any extreme situation that leaves you feeling helpless. Rape or sexual assault. Any event that can be seen as a traumatic experience could lead to symptoms related to PTSD, it is even possible to have symp- toms after seeing a horrific or distressing video on the Internet. The symptoms can sometimes start to manifest themselves after a month or even years after the event has passed.

PTSD triggered responses

PTSD can be triggered by a smell, sound, situations a thought or seeing something that links back to the event. what starts of the triggered response is sometimes obvious and easily recognised, but sometimes its hidden and not easily understood. People often experience symptoms such as insomnia and night terrors and reliving the traumatic event over and over. This can leave them feeling anxious emotional and worn out, they can find it hard to think and often feel helpless and stressed and can exhibit out bursts of anger and can sometimes react violently to stressful situations.

COPING WITH PTSD

Sufferers can sometimes start taking drugs or start drinking more as they try to cope as best they can with the fear and emotions involved as time goes on. Using alcohol or drugs as a method of coping will start to create even more problems, the substances they are using to alleviate the problem may in themselves become a growing issue and add to the difficulties they face.

Panic attacks can be triggered

Fear responses may be heightened to the point of setting off panic attacks that are triggered by sounds smells or seeing sim- ilar events in the media such as an incident on a TV news pro- gram or while watching a film. Other heightened anxiety responses can appear to further im- pact the person’s quality of life such as a social phobia. People experiencing this condition need to understand the dangers of driving or operating equipment where they need to stay aware of their surroundings to keep themselves and others safe and in most cases should refrain from such activities until they are feeling better.

Can therapy help people with PTSD

Helping people with this issue has to be measured and at a pace that is controlled by you, sound only therapy can have an added benefit by creating a more internalised engagement and a in safer environment with a more distant interaction that is built on your terms.  
TRY A FREE SESSION Book a no obligation free therapy session FIND OUT MORE
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