What is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)?
If you have witness something frightening or severely distressing you may have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) which in some cases can not develop until a few years after the event. This could lead to time off work for psychological treatment as well as prescription antidepressants – traumatic experiences and PTSD can have a life long effect on your life. Don’t suffer in silence.
At it’s core, PTSD is an anxiety disorder which provide often very difficult symptoms to live with such as being unable to sleep properly at night, difficulty with concentration, feeling isolated, feeling heavy guilt and being unable to participate in certain activities that may remind you of the event causing the problem.
People can develop PTSD after an rollercoaster accident at a theme park.