PTSD Symptoms And Signs (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)

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PTSD (aka 'Post Traumatic Stress Disorder') can affect many individuals and make it hard for them to leave a normal life if left untreated. To help you to determine whether you or a loved one may be suffering from PTSD this video will go over the most common PTSD symptoms and signs to look out for.

Some of these post traumatic stress disorder symptoms include things like becoming emotionally numb and unable to connect with others or to show real affection, preferring to always be alone and without others and to feel constantly in a state of discomfort or panic.

People suffering from PTSD often tend to lose interest in things that they used to enjoy doing and can even lose interest in life as a whole.
Another symptom of PTSD can sometimes be violent outburst even for people who aren't know to be violent people.

Perhaps one of the worst and most life hindering symptoms of PTSD however is the flashbacks that a sufferer can go through where they are taken back to the time or place of the even that scarred them because of a simple trigger or event.

If you or somebody that you know is showing signs of PTSD then professional help should be sought out immediately.


  • Luis Martienez

    im losing my fucken mind

    • mrcatfish2100

      Casey kasum Why are you talking like that on here. Whats wrong with you. The world needs less ppl like you…

    • Paul Glancy

      Tara Ledbetter Hey there, I got your message as a “highlighted message” To answer your question Tara, no. Not heard a thing from Luis. I get what you said, and I suppose we can all say things that we deem either unhelpful or even straight talking. I’ve lost a whole load of friends, mainly due to ‘Class ‘A’ Drugs’ Accidental overdosing in say their bedrooms, public toilets, as you don’t care where you go to take your ‘charge’ as we say here in Glasgow Scotland. All very sad. The thing I find hard to deal with is “why!?” The thing with some it’s been mainly greed, not wanting to share what they’ve bought you know? Though if I’d been there with them, I’d have been able to use Naloxone on them, a type of adrenaline injection that could have saved them, so I can sort of relate to what you’re saying. When I’d got brought here, I don’t know how I did In the first place, but I just felt the urge to say what I said, I know I wrote a lot, but that’s just the way I write, but I’d like to say thank you for having the humanity for getting in touch with the chat that Luis got started. Yes some went off track, me no-doubt included, but that’s also part of the way I go sometime ‘s. I’d have hoped that Luis would have written back to the chat he started, just to let us know how he is, was, but I don’t know anything, and it’s like a bad sign,,wouldn’t you say? He reached out, and then nothing. I’m quite compassionate and I got grabbed by the headline message he wrote, so to not hear anything kind of makes me wonder, was it genuine? Lots said the same things, and yeah some of us got more into each other rather than the guy himself, just let’s hope he saw a few of us speak out, but I’m not holding my breath. Take care. Maybe one day another message will flag up like yours and it’s from Luis, but maybe he’s somewhat embarrassed, let’s hope so, so if you’re reading Luis, just pop by, say hello. Total strangers were concerned, and it restores a little bit of faith in people, so it was nice to say my bit, but maybe it’s fallen on deaf ears. Have a nice evening, or whatever time of day it is where you are, it’s just after midnight here, so I’m heading for my bed now. Just really wanted to say it’s nice to see some people are still taking an interest. Goodnight, and I hope you’re doing okay yourself.
      Bye for now…Paul.x.

    • Tara Ledbetter

      Has anyone heard from Luis? I can’t imagine saying I was going to kill myself then have people move on to arguing with one another forgetting all about me so quickly. I recently had a guy I knew, he dated my friend. He wrote to me for a week saying he was going to kill himself. I half believed him. On the last day I spoke to him he said ” Well its about that time” and “if it’s selfish then I guess I’m selfish ” I wrote back. I can’t say I was very nice or understanding . He killed himself a half hour after reading what I wrote.

    • mrcatfish2100

      Casey kasum I don’t know what a veteran has gone thru, or what that person experienced in war, but trust me, by all means i would always shake the hand of a veteran, knowing that because of you and others, my freedom, dignity, and life is safe and protected. Whatever ptsd veterans are going thru, i hope it helps them to know that people like me love, cherish, and appreciate you. We love you, and if you need help, there is someone always ready and willing to listen.

    • Casey kasum

      I agree. I concur. I do have ptsd though. I did witness a death though when i was in army. Im all fucked up.

  • Cloudy Days

    Everyone thinks I lie about my PTSD because I’m 17. (Yes, i am diagnosed unlike so many people who will lie for attention) I was sexually abused within a church for over a year and every time I get a sexual urge, I’m disgusted with myself. I don’t think I’ll ever be normal again and when my mom tries to tell me to turn to God, I get flashbacks. I know God didn’t directly cause it but still. If I tell people about my triggers, they call me over sensitive. Maybe I am idk. Sorry for just kinda venting here in the comments, just kinda happened when I saw so many other people telling their story in the comments.

    • mrcatfish2100

      Cloudy Days You can start by making it a brighter day…

    • mrcatfish2100

      Cloudy Days Well i know what your talking about my friend.

    • Cloudy Days

      mrcatfish2100 I’m afraid it isn’t that easy, friend.

    • mrcatfish2100

      Cloudy Days You have to change the way you feel about those flashbacks. When you don’t care about them anymore, you can forget about them, and continue to move on.

    • Desten Morgan

      Cloudy Days your reaction is normal. It’s a normal reaction to an abnormal situation! Not the opposite. I’m so sorry to hear about your misfortune. It’s disgusting and has derailed many people. Anyone saying you’re “overreacting” is toxic and an enabler. You’re feelings are always valid. You can’t control how an event made you feel. I hope you can overcome this terrible event. Thinking of you.

  • Lightskin Gucci Nigga

    This is why I don’t want ww3

  • TrueMagix

    You know i was expecting Vietnam jokes, im actually suprised

  • Chloe Manning

    I was abused by my father in every way and my therapist finally helped me come to terms with what has happened and if you are suffering from anything please go get professional help so you can heal ❤❤ healing is a process

  • Lori Owens

    I was diagnosed with PTSD not too long before my divorce. What’s weird. I don’t have alot of the symptoms of PTSD. I’m more calm, blasting cap temper.. anyway… Have a great day everyone.

  • Ritchie SatoAllen

    what a load of BS………..

  • Ed Findlay

    You don’t ever really beat it.

  • Service Dog -PTSD Lili

    It can last for a lifetime and the Triggers may show up years even 20 years later or so

  • MilkProductions

    I’ve had mild PTSD once but it was still lingering. When I felt my bruised leg I would get flashbacks hanging 10 metres upside down. It might not seem that high but it was high. Even worse all my life I was afraid of heights. I had to assure that my mom was with me every night. It didn’t really severely affect me but I still panicked.

  • Cat G

    This was not very informative.

  • DarkJanet

    I have PTSD and Schizophrenia when I was 15 in high school. My Special Ed teacher named Ms. Baker. She emotionally and verbally abused me.

  • Häla X

    I got mine from seeing some very disturbing material online

  • Angery Rabid Foxes

    Who else is looking up ptsd to accurately traumatize a character they’re writing?

    Just me then? Oh…

  • Henry Larson

    This might be the most supportive comments section I’ve ever seen. 🙂 thank you.


    This video will help you.

  • Larry Keene

    i suffer from ptsd war on the streets never was the same was a time your king fight did great battles for you .

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  • Azren Hodzic

    I have ptsd my ptsd is called war trauma amazing video

  • Padraic loingsigh

    thanks, it’s terrible to lose control of your ability to reason or respond properly to others during a panic attack.

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