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While children may also have the disorder PTSD may occur regardless of age, young adults have the highest incidence precisely due to the precipitating occurrence Kaplan et al. However, the cognitive viewpoint looks at it differently by suggesting that the human brain is having difficulty processing so huge an amount of information which the traumatic incident has brought about.
It posits that the brain alternates between periods of recognizing and jamming or denying the episode Kaplan et al. The syndrome has the following symptoms: fears that edge around the sensation of terror, sleep and anxiety interruptions, memory Album) abuse disturbances, and the effects of long-term being abused resulting in an agitated state of vigilance.
However, there were reactions to this classification especially coming from support groups for women. But the advantage to this may come in the form of enhanced identification and diagnosis by crisis workers in understanding the whole complicated impact of repeated abuse and how they will deal with the victim.
This is even more significant when the threat is continuously Album) even when the abuser is no longer eminently near to the abused; e. Significant to this finding is the persistent thought of danger and not until the batterer will be dead that the victim finally experiences the freedom and release.
Otherwise, the victim may resort to suicide or assault and Dialek (3) - Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (CD her perpetrator. It is advised that counselors remember that these beliefs may persist in the Album) of the abused which necessitates appropriate assessment and response to their predicament Collins and Collins,p.
This implies that diagnostic characteristics in persons with PTSD are also present in individuals who survived childhood sexual abuse Collins and Collins,p. It is worth mentioning here that crucial to an individual developing the illness is the predisaster mental health state which is considered the best predictor of postdisaster development Meichenbaum, ; NCPTSD, d; Young, et al.
This is consistent with any gang-related violence or aggression occurring as well in pre-pubescent and pubescent individuals. Symptoms like hypervigilance, emotional detachment, problem with concentration and memory which are again, Dialek (3) - Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (CD with PTSD patients Fehon, et al.
Grinage indicates that about 25 to 30 percent of trauma victims usually demonstrate symptoms of PTSD. Specifically men who witnessed someone being gruesomely injured or killed during military combat and women who were sexually assaulted or raped are at an increased risk of PTSD.
Overall experience with childhood abuse also seems to put an individual at greater risk of PTSD. Mental health patients and relatives of homicide victims also have an increased exposure to PTSD. It is suggested that alcohol and drug abuses are 1. Soldiers who were involved in the war in Afghanistan, victims who survived the World Trade Center bombings, or close relatives of persons who were killed in the September 11 attacks, for example, would be at a greater risk than individuals who simply read about these events.
Wilson estimates that the disorder is prevalent among ten percent of the female and five percent of the male civilian population but this rate is significantly higher for military personnel. It is believed that 15 percent of war veterans experience PTSD. The international rate of PTSD range from one to 30 percent and is particularly high in regions that have experienced political unrest especially if such involved combat Wilson, p. The Holocaust, for example, would have contributed to significant rates of trauma among the survivors even long after the even had past putting them at risk of PTSD.
Previously the disease had been noticed primarily in military combatants and thus its possible effects on the rest of the general population were not effectively examined. However research is being conducted into the causes of the diseases and different treatment mechanisms have been developed.
The most effective approach to dealing with PTSD that has been noted so far involves a combination of psychological and pharmacological treatment.
This treatment involves attempts to change the distressing thought processes experienced by the patient. Research suggests that these combined strategies are probably the most effective in treating PTSD Grinage, ; Wilson, since they have yielded the best results. However, one of the main constraining factors in dealing with the disorder is the rate at which trauma victims are diagnosed for the disorder.
The first difficulty is that it is difficult to predict which victims are at risk of PTSD following a traumatic event and therefore symptoms are often not picked up early enough. In any case there is the social stigma associated with PTSD particularly when it is evidenced in war veterans.
It is believed that experiencing PTSD is a sign of weakness Wilson, and thus war veterans cover up symptoms or avoid seeking treatment. In any case there is usually the position that PTSD should be ignored as it is something that will be overcome with time. This perception of the disorder means that fewer people are willing to come forward with symptoms of the disorder. Nevertheless there is provision for treatment of the disorder for patients who come forward, Album).
There are crisis intervention centers throughout the United States that offer treatment services or can recommend other facilities. Increasingly more mental health professionals are being trained to deal with any of a number of anxiety disorders and thus a patient is able to access treatment from almost any mental health physician. Within the military population the U. Department of Defense offer health care for soldiers returning from war. However, due to the increasing diagnosis of PTSD and other mental disorders, and the increasing demands being placed on the services offered by these departments, the resources of the system are not completely adequate to meet the demands of the returning veteran population.
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