PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) is an anxiety disorder diagnosed when an individual undergoes a trauma that greatly disrupts their brain's chemistry, creating changes in their behavior, mood, stress levels, and physical symptoms. PTSD is treatable and mental health services can provide help for those in need. Learn about PTSD and how this mental health disorder affects individuals differently.
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