Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a disorder that occurs in some people after the occurrence of a highly stressful, shocking, scary, or traumatic event. Doctors do not know why certain people’s bodies react to stress to result in PTSD, but for those individuals, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder can interrupt their day-to-day functioning and disrupt their lives. … Continue reading
Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) was once thought to only affect people in the military due to their shocking, terrifying and dangerous encounters during war. While this is still a very common and understood disorder for people in the military, it is also common for anyone who has suffered from a trauma in life.
The way PTSD develops is through a traumatic or series of traumatic events that triggers your body into a “flight or fight” mode. This releases stress hormones to give you the energy to survive. This process can make your brain be in a perpetual state of danger mode. Even when you are safe and secure your body remains in high alert, and the stress is perpetuated. … Continue reading