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Question by More to life than books you know,but not much more: What are the symptoms of social anxiety disorder / social phobia?
And can Social phobia cause depression and insomnia?

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Question by : Can post traumatic stress disorder symptoms show years after the event that caused them?
I am working on a story, however I was wondering do people sometimes show symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder months or years after what ever caused it happened? In this time can they be completely fine?
Example, they see something that reminds them of what happened and it just crashes them into a depression? Thanks a lot. :)

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Question by Jake: Post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms and how to deal with it?
What are the some symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder and how to deal with it?

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The general answer is there are lots of symptoms and most are pretty unpleasant: trouble sleeping, trouble staying asleep, over-reactive responses to noises or unexpected things around you, irritability and stress, physical problems that don’t seem to make sense (you’re not sick, but you have chronic digestive problems; your heart is OK but you have palpitations and weird beats), obsessive thinking, crying, exhaustion despite getting rest, sleepwalking, bad dreams, night terrors, anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, paranoia, picking huge fights for reasons you can’t figure out, depression, aggression, inability to concentrate, hopelessness, and other things.
For an individual person, it depends on what the trauma is/was that sets up this reaction. If it was childhood abuse, for example, you make have one set of symptoms; if rape, another set; if you were in the military, you will probably have another set of symptoms related to things you saw or experienced.
Lots of things help to treat it, but you need to have some expert guidance.
Good therapy by someone who knows how to treat PTSD is hugely valuable. If you are near a VA hospital for instance, you might ask their psych department if they can recommend a therapist in the community who can specifically evaluate you and offer treatment.
Some medications are excellent (especially for relief from anxiety or trouble sleeping). Sometimes meditation, yoga, breathing exercises, tai-chi will give you techniques to help manage symptoms, when they arise, that aren’t particularly severe. Sometimes learning self-defense is helpful, if you felt powerless or victimized. Under some circumstances, bio-feedback has helped patients; sometimes actively imagining and working through the traumatic situation (only with the help of a therapist) – working out mentally what would be a better outcome – will help.
There is some research that suggests that if you take a painkiller very soon after the traumatic event, it becomes less psychologically stressful to you in the long run ( experiments have been done with both mrophine and tylenol).
PTSD can be very, very painful to yourself and people around you. The best answer is get some expert advice!

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Do suffers of Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia) experience the exact same symptoms?

Question by Supernature91: Do suffers of Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia) experience the exact same symptoms?
Do suffers of Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia) experience the exact same symptoms? I’ve read on some forums that if you don’t suffer from certain symptoms, then you don’t have it! I’m confused because I can walk down the street (with a lot of discomfort), but some people say I don’t have it, because I can do these things.

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Symptoms and Complications of Generalized Anxiety Disorders

Article by Bori Rozin

GAD, or generalized anxiety disorders, is a chronic disease marked by excessive worrying about regular everyday life. Up to five percent of the population suffers from this sort of condition.

Families, jobs and other daily events can cause us to worry. Yet, when this worry becomes chronic and magnified, it can interfere with daily functioning. People who have a generalized anxiety disorder can not stop dwelling on problems with children, friends, and work. These extreme feelings of concern can rule a person’s day and last for half a year or more.

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Find out more around General Anxiety Disorder Symptoms

Article by Shela Sladick

Common Nervousness Disorder or GAD since it is known is an additional sort of anxiousness disorder. It impacts roughly 4 5 million folks with the American population alone. In the event you suffer from Basic Anxiety Disorder symptoms can include but usually are not restricted to these also endured by panic condition victims. Its also been found that General Anxiety Disorder impacts women proportionally more that it does males.

Common Anxiousness Problem signs and symptoms are several and fluctuate from particular person to particular person. There are nevertheless a few signs and symptoms which might be the same across the board for most folks and which usually characterize their lives and lifestyles.

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