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Transcript of PTSD
Created by LG28. Team 2
AFFECT ON LIFE
Ainslie Williams, Jodie Duke, John Patiniotis, Scarlet Mckay, Sheena Middleton,JoshTeague
Swinburne Online 2015 - S01 - COM1003 - Learning & Communicating Online
paranoia is one of main conditions associated with
It is a condition unto itself or can be associated with psychosis,delusional thinking and generalized depression.
The webster/miriam dictionary meaning;
: characterized by suspiciousness, persecutory trends, or megalomania
: extremely fearful
The cause of paranoia relating to PTSD is often directly related to whatever event triggered the PTSD.The individual becomes hypervigilant of the thing/person/setting that caused thier trauma. For instance a motor vehicle if the person was truamatised by a car accident.
Treatment for Paranoia relies heavily on t cause if the person is paranoid because they are depressed then anti-depressants are going to be the answer but it is more commonly treated with therapy and anti psychotic medications.
sleeplessness causes clinically significant depression
The main caused for sleeplessness is flashbacks
Hypervigillence and anxitey
life threating problems
PARANOIA AS SEEN IN PTSD (POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
by scarlet mckay
By Jodie Duke