HomeWellnessIs PTSD Swallowing Our Angles of Healing

Is PTSD Swallowing Our Angles of Healing

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“It is not your fault that you may be ruminating on your past and permitting your present to deteriorate,” says the study.

Post-traumatic stress disorder is one manifestation of the aforementioned illness. Our inner wounds take longer to heal; if they’re not addressed shortly, they try to communicate with us through symptoms like insomnia, nausea, depression. Those who are afflicted are not victims but warriors battling to combat the febrile atmosphere around which they struggle to survive.

If you ignore your inner voice, it can ruin your health and cause dangerous behavior patterns such as trembling, anxiety-induced sweating, and impaired memory from certain noises and odors.

PTSD can also lead to substantial drug and alcohol addiction, which can intensify the trauma. Combat exposure, being threatened with a weapon or being entangled in a car wreck, childhood physical abuse, sexual misconduct, and other occurrences, as per the personal experiences of a few warriors, are the most ubiquitous events contributing to the development of PTSD. Assault against the individual.

People of varying ages may be afflicted, and an absence of an effective network of friends of friends and family is a potential biomarker. The most efficient strategy for tackling such challenges is to reach out to a trusted adult, who might also be your doctor, and express your discontent. But who will aid these medical heroes if they incur PTSD as a result of their battle against a tiny microbe?

Dr. Mahesh Desai, top of the division of psychiatry at KIMS medical clinic, Hubli, Karnataka, said he had seen many instances of PTSD when the pandemic was at its pinnacle. His colleague Dr. Desai said, “Last week, I had three such patients; there could be a lot more who would not have looked for professional assistance. A great many people are not aware of PTSD, so awareness about this state of mind ought to be spread.”

According to a recent survey conducted by the US Centers for Disease Control and Mitigation (CDC) from March 29 to April 16, 2021, 53 percent of the 26,174 respondents had personally encountered mental health symptoms in the previous two weeks, with the highest prevalence of mental health symptoms among young workers under 29 years old (47.4 percent).

As often as possible, the entire medical crew endures through a large number of mental difficulties under high tension from regarded division heads to endure and fix dangers during this pandemic. These medical care laborers are going through the hardest period of their lives while they are serving the drawn-out society without often thinking about their own lives.

The vulnerability over controlling the infection spread and the extent of the numerous dangers are among the most difficult conditions during this emergency.

On the opposite side, strains combined with troubles have demolished extreme psychological sickness, which incorporates uneasiness, gloom, and PTSD among the medical services laborers. Our public health heroes’ mental life is threatened due to pandemic stress since they devote their lives to their job while sacrificing their mental health. Workers in the healthcare industry are the ones who are most prone to this petite microbe that has vowed to end humanity.

Along with upgrading our nation’s healthcare facilities, our administration shall implement policies such as flexible working hours, recruiting young but skilled physicians, and offering aid to families who have lost a beloved one during their battle against COVID-19.

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Neelima ks
This is Neelima, she is a bookworm and an aspiring journalist. She is also a passionate writer, believes it’s a form of art that peels off her soul which soaks up knowledge and wisdom. Her favourite genre is historical-fiction, along with a steamy cup of strong coffee. She embraces sea-breathe and worships the sea god Poseidon, loves to slip her feet beneath the turquoise water even though she isn’t a swimmer.

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