PTSD also known as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, is a biochemical response in the brain ; to a severely traumatic event. This is usually associated when a patient, has encountered some sort of catastrophic moment.
A person developing this disorder is usually at a high risk of death or grievously bodily injuries to themselves. This could be inflicting pain upon oneself. It could also be caused by certain episodes and outbursts. This usually has an association to the event, where they became traumatized.
The brains survival mode becomes hyperactive. After the traumatic event the brain then creates a fight or flight response mechanism. This is in order to cope with the event. Your brain becomes hypersensitive. Allowing it to have early tell tale signs, that may lead you to disadvantaged discussion on the topic of all out disaster.
PTSD doesn’t necessarily have to be a traumatic experience, it can also be uprooted from guilt or lack of strength. It can be caused from abusive relationships, rape, homelessness, drug abuse, eating disorders, you name it; it’s a complex but simplified disorder. Many people are struggling with it, its not only war veterans.
PTSD can be difficult to overcome. However a certain drug that helps this disorder is called Zoloft. This specific drug changes the chemicals in your brain profoundly. Zoloft is induced in ptsd patients to make you aware of what you are doing on a daily basis. It might take a few weeks, it could take months or even up to a year; before you begin to see the new you. Aware of your surroundings. Feeling okay with who you are. Being able to overcome your trauma and troubles.
If you or a loved one are suffering with PTSD, begin to see a doctor and ask them about the effects of Zoloft on the brain with post traumatic stress disorder.
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