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Ending the Nightmare of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

The symptoms of PTSD are painful and terrifying. Whether the original traumatic event was a single horrible incident (a natural disaster or a car accident, for example) or a daily life colored by chronic trauma (domestic violence or living in a war zone), when a person develops PTSD, the suffering is profound. Medications may be …

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Dreaming or REM Sleep may be Key to helping Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome

Rapid eye movement sleep may be just what the doctor orders for people with posttraumatic stress syndrome, according to a new study from the University of California at Berkeley. The problem is that the symptoms of posttraumatic stress syndrome include nightmares, insomnia, and other sleep disturbances – meaning that victims are often naturally deprived of …

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Exercise May Help with PTSD

The benefits of exercise may have more reason to be sung after research reveals that it can help patients with anxiety disorders to reduce their symptoms.

Complications of Trauma

Traumatic life events require a period of adjustment before one can resume daily activities. It is common, for example, for businesses to grant a three day bereavement leave when employees lose loved ones. If trauma is severe enough, however, the time needed to transition back to an everyday routine can be much more prolonged and …

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