Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PSTD) as the name depicts, defines a mental condition that follows by threatening and terrifying events either physically or psychologically experienced or witnessed by the sufferer. PSTD triggers awful past flashbacks, dreadful nightmares and fearful yet uncontrolled thoughts. In serious cases, a patient is said to be prone to post-traumatic pressure that results in hyperarousal. Sexual assaults, exposure to serious injury, warfare and witness of devastating unfortunate events prompts PSTD.
Post- Traumatic stress disorder is commonly found in War Veterans. Secondly, children can also have this disorder due to terrible family history, painful memories and abusive childhood. It develops differently among sufferers. However, it takes days, weeks and years to appear.
- Feeling emotionally numb and helpless
- A negative feeling haunts the mind and causes unknown fear
- Lacking interest in participating in social activities
- Avoiding talking about the stress and painful memories
- Excessive depression, anguish, anxiety and hopelessness towards future
- Memory problems and forgetting normal chores
- Getting nightmares, flashbacks and re-experiencing traumatic events
- Outburst physical reactions towards upsetting episode re-callings
- Co-relating events and crying over small events
- Rapid breathing, muscle tension, sweating and pounding heart after re-calling tragic events
Assistive programs and structured interviews developed by Mind Plus psychologists and counsellors that help PSTD sufferers to cope up with their traumatic memories. Psychotherapists assess all PSTD patients in order to understand their tragic past and associated causes that stimulate anxiety, fear and anguish.
Assistive programs and structured interviews developed by Mind Plus psychologists and counsellors help PSTD sufferers to cope up their traumatic memories. Psychotherapists assess all PSTD patients in order to understand their tragic past and associated causes that stimulate anxiety, fear and anguish.
Inpatient culture allows serious sufferers to be at Mind Plus cure and support department. People responding to treatment are treated as outpatients.