PTSD: A mental health condition that causes significant physical and psychological distress.
When the symptoms last for a significant period of time, it’s called posttraumatic stress disorder.
For some people, it may be accompanied by a severe loss of identity.
In many cases, it can lead to depression, suicidal thoughts and suicidal behaviour.
In other cases, the condition can be treated with a combination of medication and psychotherapy.
It’s not always easy to identify PTSD.
Symptoms can include nightmares, flashbacks, body aches and pains, feelings of anxiety, confusion, panic attacks, flashbacks and intrusive thoughts.
For those who suffer from PTSD, the best thing to do is get help and get treatment.
But it can be challenging to find help when you’re not sure how to approach a doctor.
In fact, the most common symptoms associated with PTSD are not what many people would consider mental health issues.
They can be anxiety, depression, and other symptoms that can be exacerbated by social isolation and isolation in a social setting.
These are known as social phobia, which can lead people to avoid social situations and isolate themselves.
In some cases, people with PTSD may have symptoms of: feeling lonely or isolated