Many people experience traumatic events such as a car accident, a natural disaster, or from combat in the armed services. It’s normal to experience trouble sleeping or discomforting memories after such an occurrence and have difficulty getting back into regular activities. Most people will start to get back into their routines like normal after a few weeks or months. However, some people may experience this form of shell shock longer than what may seem normal. For those who are experiencing post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) over a long period of time, Montana Psychiatry and Brain Health Center offers personalized care to support you and help restore your quality of life.
At Montana Psychiatry and Brain Health Center, we offer innovative, cutting-edge treatments for many mental health conditions. Our medical personnel are experts in the specialized approaches they take. Contact us today to schedule a consultation appointment and find out how we can help you be well.
What is PTSD?
PTSD can develop in a person as a result of a physically or emotionally horrifying, possibly life-threatening occurrence. Those with PTSD may be experiencing long term sensations of anxiety, guilt, helplessness or intensified fear. While it is normal to experience these sensations following a traumatic event, it becomes a danger to one’s health if they don’t subside after a certain amount of time. People with PTSD may find that their symptoms worsen over time, keeping them from living their life as they would before the traumatic event. If you find yourself to have signs of post traumatic stress disorder, contact us today to schedule a consultation appointment. We are here to support you and help you lead a happy, healthy life.
What are some symptoms of PTSD?
- Repeatedly reliving the traumatic event through memories and thoughts
- Avoiding a person, place, or thing that generate reminders of the event
- Feeling distressed with certain reminders of the event
- Experiencing nightmares of the traumatic event
- Difficulty falling or staying asleep
- Feeling easily startled
- Difficulty expressing affection
What treatment options do we offer for PTSD?
Since everyone perceives a traumatic event differently, we personalize our approaches to best tend to each patient’s individual needs. We welcome any and all individuals who may be experiencing PTSD to consult with our medical personnel and explore our cutting-edge procedures.
Traumatic events are difficult to experience, but they may be even harder to cope with. If you or someone you know is showing signs of PTSD, they may benefit from considering support. Contact us today to schedule a consultation appointment and find out how we can help you live your life comfortably.