PTSD is one of the most life- threatening experiences. I am sure those who have experienced will understand what I am trying to say, but those who haven't may find it uncommon. What is PTSD? In a layman's language Post-traumatic stress disorder can develop with the help of a specific threatening event or something that appears you to threaten. Events like, rape, battle-scarred soldiers, war, natural disaster, car/plane crashes, kidnapping, sudden death, terrorist attacks and so forth.
The trauma will be felt to such an extent that it will freeze all your responses, trigger a fight and lead to danger. In most of the cases, your nervous system recovers within a few days or weeks, but there are a few exceptions where you feel stuck in vulnerable and painful memories. Here, you can think of reading PTSD books written by a few well-known authors. Now, PTSD is something that develops differently from person to person as their nervous system and tolerance power varies. Some of the common PTSD symptoms include:-
Steps for PTSD Recovery
Do what makes you happy- Engage yourself in rhythmic exercises such as walking, running, swimming, dancing which will ultimately affect your nervous system. In fact, experts suggest to keep noticing your sensations while you are on the journey of PTSD recovery. Other than focusing on your mind, try focusing on your body movements.
Keep socializing- Receiving an adequate amount of care and support from others can play a vital role to your PTSD recovery; the person can be anyone, your friend, family, significant other or even a therapist.
Whether you find a therapist or choose the best PTSD book, always remember when there is a will; there is a way.
BOB BRAY AUTHOR
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