Thursday, 2 February 2017

Impact of Stress After a Traumatic Event

Stress is an inevitable part of a busy routine.  Almost, every one of us has faced at some or the other stage of our lives. Initially we may not be able to identify stress. Stress manifests itself in various forms. Feelings of anger and irritability are the mildest consequences of stress. If not managed, it can get elevated to levels where the affected person might fall into depression and get suicidal thoughts. During the initial stages of stress, you might feel a lack of appetite, lack of interest in things which are otherwise interesting to people, and a feeling of being unwell might prevail upon you.

One might face different types of stress based on the experience. One of them is discussed below.

Effect of an injury or an incident:

People, who have undergone a traumatic event when there life was at risk, undergo a great deal of stress. If no prevention therapy is followed then this stress might result in PTSD. Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) results when a person gets exposed to traumatic events such as sexual assault, warfare, traffic collisions, or any other situation where a person's life was in jeopardy. Military personnel, victims of natural disasters or violent crimes, and rape, are all at high risk of developing PTSD. A number of PTSD books elucidate how these events can stress and impact the nervous system of an individual and ultimately make him or her victim of PTSD. PTSD recovery demands time and a number of lifestyle changes. For information about this trauma related stress a number of PTSD books are available on the market. PTSD recovery can also be initiated through professional help.
There are a number of lines of treatments followed for PTSD. However, I believe that self-help is the best help. Before proceeding for PTSD recovery treatment for your loved ones, you should gain all information about the disorder through PTSD books.

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