PTSD is also known as post-traumatic stress disorder. It often happens after someone experiences trauma such as a bad car accident, abuse, military experience or loss of a family member or spouse. PTSD can impact a person’s life in ways they may not even be able to imagine. It can cause them to isolate from family and friends, quit a job they have been at for many years, question their self-worth, and many other negative things, too.

If you have PTSD or think you do, reach out to us here at Recovery in Tune in Davie, FL. We can make sure you get the treatment that will help you to overcome PTSD and leave the trauma in the past.

PTSD Symptoms Everyone Needs to Know About

How does someone know whether they or a loved one has PTSD? There are symptoms which are associated with this disorder. Some of the common post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms include:

  • Avoiding things that make you think or the traumatic experience
  • Having flashbacks, nightmare or intrusive thoughts during the day (related to the trauma)
  • Experiencing anxiety, memory loss, or depression
  • Feeling shameful or guilty about what happened
  • Being in a hypervigilant state (always looking over the shoulder or feeling tense when others are around)
  • Becoming more irritable and tense daily
  • Insomnia
  • Trouble regulating emotions
  • Acting out sexually or physically
  • Feeling helpless
  • Dissociative episodes (disconnecting mentally from the moment)
  • Fixation on the person who caused your trauma
  • Not trusting others

These are just some symptoms of PTSD that you may experience. There are others, too. Basically, if you think about the traumatic experience and have negative symptoms when doing so, you may have PTSD. However, you can always contact us here at Recovery in Tune to get help in treating and overcoming post-traumatic stress disorder.

PTSD Treatment Modalities

If you do decide to pursue treatment for PTSD, there are some modalities that may be included in your treatment plan. Some of these may include:

  • Detox: If you were using alcohol or drugs to deal with emotions connected to the traumatic event, we can help you detox.
  • Residential treatment: Stay at the treatment center to ensure you get the around-the-clock care and support you need
  • Outpatient treatment: For those who can’t or don’t need inpatient treatment (still offers plenty of support and great treatment resources)
  • Other treatments: Meditation, yoga, anger management, stress management, 12 step help, fitness resources, and co-occurring disorder treatment

Do you need trauma & PTSD treatment? If so, reach out to our team and discuss your recovery needs today.

These are just some symptoms of PTSD that you may experience. There are others, too. Basically, if you think about the traumatic experience and have negative symptoms when doing so, you may have PTSD. However, you can always contact us here at Recovery in Tune to get help in treating and overcoming post-traumatic stress disorder.

PTSD Treatment Modalities

If you do decide to pursue treatment for PTSD, there are some modalities that may be included in your treatment plan. Some of these may include:

  • Detox: If you were using alcohol or drugs to deal with emotions connected to the traumatic event, we can help you detox.
  • Residential treatment: Stay at the treatment center to ensure you get the around-the-clock care and support you need
  • Outpatient treatment: For those who can’t or don’t need inpatient treatment (still offers plenty of support and great treatment resources)
  • Other treatments: Meditation, yoga, anger management, stress management, 12 step help, fitness resources, and co-occurring disorder treatment

Do you need trauma & PTSD treatment? If so, reach out to our team and discuss your recovery needs today.

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