posttraumatic stress syndrome

post·trau·mat·ic stress syn·drome

a disorder appearing after a physically or psychologically traumatic event outside the range of usual human experience, (for example, a serious threat to one's life or seeing a loved one killed), characterized by symptoms of reexperiencing the event (that is, flashbacks), numbing of responsiveness to the environment, exaggerated startle response, guilt feelings, impairment of memory, and difficulties in concentration and sleep.
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Some symptoms seen in victims of hazing include sleep disturbance and insomnia, poor grades, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, feelings of low self-esteem and self-worth, trust issues, and symptoms commonly seen in patients with posttraumatic stress syndrome.
Nav suffered a mild brain trauma injury, lower back pain and nerve damage, damage to his left hip, loss of hearing in his right ear as well as posttraumatic stress syndrome.
The mother is being treated for posttraumatic stress syndrome.
The founder of the Integrative Restoration Institute and co-founder of The International Association of Yoga Therapy, Miller's program of iRest Yoga Nidra has been used at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to help active-duty service members and veterans heal their posttraumatic stress syndrome.
She used the grant to run a study day about posttraumatic stress syndrome (PTSD) in mothers, and to produce some educational resources.
Posttraumatic stress syndrome (PTSD) is most commonly associated with soldiers and war, but Kelsey Beals and Dr.
Bradley claimed she suffered "significant injury" to her wrist as well as posttraumatic stress syndrome.
Invalided out of the Somme with "trench fever" - what we now know as posttraumatic stress syndrome - he still insisted on returning to the front-line.
These results suggest that morphine "may be a first-line defense against the development of posttraumatic stress syndrome," Dr.
Contributors discuss studies of such stressors as depression, sleep disturbances, poor nutrition, and posttraumatic stress syndrome and the prevention and treatment implications for heart, neurodegenerative, and other chronic disorders.