We’ve looked at some ways you can help a loved one who is experiencing Post-Traumatic Stress.
Here’s our info-graphic on understand Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and some causes and symptoms.
We have great respect for the men and women who serve our country. But did you know they have a high risk of developing PTSD? We take a look at the issue.
Here’s our info-graphic on some simple Dos and Don’ts you should try to follow if you are experiencing symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
When you are suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) you can become overwhelmed and not know where to turn for help. It is important that if you have PTSD you understand that there are people that can help and the sooner you get the help you need, the sooner your symptoms will start to ease and disappear.
Here’s our info-graphic on understanding the reality of PTSD, and what you and your loved ones can do if you are suffering from PTSD.
It is important that if you are experiencing symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or another psychological reaction to a traumatic event, that you do all you can to help your symptoms and alleviate the feelings you are experiencing.
Returning to work can create a situation of great stress to someone who is suffering from PTSD, and it is important that they have all the coping strategies and support in place to enable them to successfully return to work.
Looking out for early warning signs of returning PTSD symptoms is a good way to manage your condition and allows you to take preventative measures to stop symptoms becoming worse. Stress in your life, anniversaries of the traumatic event, or events which remind you of the accident can all cause a return in symptoms and potentially a return of PTSD.