Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms can have major effects on your daily life. In a number of situations, the symptoms grow in the first month after a traumatic occurrence. Nevertheless, in very few cases, there can be a delay for a period of time before symptoms begin to show.
Many people with PTSD go through lengthy periods when their symptoms are less noticeable, followed by significant deterioration. Some people have symptoms that are very severe from the start.
The particular symptoms of PTSD can range expansively among people, but they can be categorized as below:
Emotional Numbing And Avoidance
Signs of emotional Numbing and avoidance may involve:
- Attempting to refrain from talking or thinking about the traumatic happening
- Keeping away from activities they once loved
- Feeling numb emotionally
- Problems with memory
- Being hopeless about the future
- Having hard time maintaining relationships that are close
- Trouble concentrating
When the victim tries to refrain from being reminded of the traumatic happenings,