Helping people with PTSD!

You are familiar with post-traumatic stress disorder, which is commonly referred to as PTSD?

As of 2007, "it is estimated that 7.8 percent of Americans will experience (experienced) PTSD at some point in their lives, and women (10.4%) were twice as likely than men (5%) develop PTSD. About 3.6 percent of US adults aged 18 to 54 years (5.2 million people) of PTSD during a given year. "(1) (Nebraska, veterans affairs department). These statistics clearly changed, as now 2016. To recognize these figures only the cases reported. This situation is so much worse than you can imagine. Do not take the word. Take proper care.

Who are suffering from PTSD and why should you care? Front workers, such as paramedics, firefighters, police officers, nurses, dentists, chiropractors, army personnel, at some stage in his car & # 39; EASURES suffer from PTSD. This list is by no means excludes each specialty and not in the manner of one who has suffered the most. Second, anyone who has experienced a trauma in a family & # 39; and how child abuse, rape, neglect of children or living with a member who has PTSD.

Why should you care? PTSD can cause people who are going through this, nightmares, depression, turn to drug addiction, in order to reduce the effects of perazhytstsya injuries caused by PTSD, live in fear that they may harm your loved ones, or are afraid to leave their home. Many believe it is a mental illness. It is not. Take proper care.

What if there is a way to help people with PTSD? It would be worth considering? How valuable regain their lives without symptoms of PTSD? How valuable to have a holistic approach and to help the whole family & # 39; and including young children, who are not able to communicate?

-C great power comes great responsibility Lee -Stan

Imagine if you could connect with people that you are most needed. Exercise due care and search Google for organizations wishing to help these people and their seven & # 39; pits.

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bibliography:

(1). http://www.ptsd.ne.gov/what-is-ptsd.html 2007, Nebraska, veteran & # 39; Case 301 Centennial Mall South, 6th Floor, Lincoln, NE 68509-5083

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