Post traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD) affects millions of people around the world, some directly, those who experience the actual symptoms of ptsd, and those indirectly, family and friends of those who suffer from ptsd. This is a serious problem that in the past has not been properly addressed as a real problem that affects men and women everywhere. Part of that issue stems from the fact that some criminals have claimed PTSD as an excuse for crimes they have committed, making those men and women who truly suffer from PTSD to be questioned by the unthinking public.
Overcoming PTSD is the only the first step to creating a better life. Now it’s easier than ever to get relief from the disorder while in the privacy of your own home and without the costly therapy sessions. New techniques have emerged from research of the functions of the brain and how those functions can now be manipulated in a very short time frame as compared to traditional therapy but still having the same result. It is much easier than people would have you believe.If you want a better life for yourself and your family, you start with beating the syndrome and then tackle the mountain of personal development and pull yourself away from the gutter of life. I can help, but only you can take the first step. Follow the links at the bottom to find out more.
The rate of individuals with PTSD has increased dramatically over the past few years because of the men and women who have fought in the war in Iraq. However, PTSD does not only affect those who are/were in the military. PTSD can affect anyone who has been in a traumatic experience from child abuse to assault, even people who were not directly involved in a situation, such as a house being robbed, can be affected by PTSD. The symptoms of ptsd include reliving a traumatic event over and over again, flashbacks, nightmares about the event, having a physical reaction when thinking about the experience, refusing to talk about it, etc.
Until more recently, not a lot has been done to relieve the symptoms of ptsd. However, new studies have been done and there are remarkable methods available for those with PTSD to assist them with their recuperation. PTSD is difficult to live with, there is always an underlying feeling of dread that cannot seem to be put to rest, and using these new methods can be life changing for not only the individual who is suffering, but to his or her family and friends as well.
Changing your life for the better is an important goal and if you suffer from one of the many symptoms of ptsd, then you owe it to yourself and to those who love you to do whatever is necessary to alleviate those symptoms. Take a chance and try something new. You will find that you still have a life that is worth living in every possible way.
i am a 13 year old girl. I was on Facebook one night, when mum was at work.
i was talking to a friend who was suffering from depression, and i was trying to help him out of it.
as i was writing, all of a sudden all this foreign language came up, and sam said that he checked through everything he had wrote, and didn't find anything like it! and then on the last foreign message there were 3 words then it said die!!!!
it has been at least 9 or 10 months now, and i am really paranoid. could you please help me, i am so scared :( i have been freaking out when i hear a door close sometimes, i never used to pray, but now i do! nothing is helping me! no one understands how hard this is for me, and for my friends to endure :(