What is PTSD?
PTSD is a group of symptoms following experiencing a traumatic event like death, serious injury, violence towards self or others. PTSD can happen after we've been through one traumatic event, or after repeated exposure to trauma.
It’s important to seek help to manage PTSD. There are effective treatments for PTSD, and you can feel better.
We all may be exposed to some degree of traumatic events and most of us can have a normal amount of fear, sadness and psychological distress. This may settle in time with supports from your loved ones.
However in PTSD can be a result of
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