Diseases and Conditions

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder


The causes of post traumatic stress disorder aren’t well known or understood. Post traumatic stress disorder is a nervousness disorder that occurs after being involved with a traumatic event involving damage, or threats of harm to the self or others. Even understanding about an event has the chance of causing Posttraumatic stress disorder in certain people. Before the 3rd Version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders in 1980, Posttraumatic stress disorder wasn’t recognized, and people who exhibited the signs were regarded to be having an exaggerated stress response. This response was credited to a personality defect or individual weakness.

While you could think of the trauma as the main cause of Posttraumatic stress disorder, some people may undergo a trauma and not develop post traumatic stress disorder. Post traumatic stress disorder is established by a trauma, but the reasons for Posttraumatic stress disorder are related to the mind and risk factors for developing a nervousness disorder. The events more than likely to cause post traumatic stress disorder are: Any sort of event recognized as traumatic can trigger PTSD. Physical Causes of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Brain structures and brain substances have both been implicated in the reasons for PTSD. Research demonstrates that exposure to trauma may cause Fear conditioning of the brain.