Post-traumatic stress disorder
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a serious mental disorder that can significantly affect a person’s psychological state after experiencing stress or a traumatic event. This disorder can occur after such traumatic situations as war, accidents, violence or other threatening events. One of the main symptoms of PTSD is the repetition of traumatic memories and feelings that cause intense stress. A person may suffer from debilitating nightmares, panic attacks, or even physical reactions to the urges associated with the traumatic event.
Treatment for PTSD includes psychotherapy, pharmacotherapy, and support from loved ones. Overcoming this disorder is important for restoring psychological well-being and improving the quality of life of a person who has survived a traumatic event.
Do these exercises in a convenient, random order, but daily. From 21 days or more.