Suicide And Self Injury – The Risk Of PTSD

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 Suicide in PTSD Patients

Due to traumatic events, the onset of PTSD, and the possibility of co-occurring mental illnesses, PTSD patients are more susceptible to suicidal thoughts and tendencies. Studies have shown that the connection between PTSD and suicide is because of the guilt, sadness, shame, and other intense symptoms that come with PTSD and its possible coinciding conditions. Traumatic incidents are also the root of suicidal tendencies, especially when it causes the onset of PTSD. Many people don’t realize the severity of PTSD and how drastically it can increase the probability of suicide. Here are some statistics about PTSD related suicides.

PTSD From Combat

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Symptoms of Combat PTSD

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Combat Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder involves trauma as the result of extreme violence, whether that be being in a war, being the victim of gun violence, or other intense events. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder usually has similar symptoms across the board, regardless of what caused the disorder to develop. However, combat PTSD in particular has unique symptoms because of the unique and intense circumstances that led to the disorder.

PTSD From Sexual Abuse

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Sexual Abuse: The Facts

Sexual abuse affects people from all walks of life, but the most common demographics are women, children, and teenagers. Sexual abuse can cause Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in anyone who is a victim of it, but children and women are more susceptible to it. For children who develop PTSD, 10% are the result of sexual abuse. Women who have been raped, studies have shown that about 94% experience symptoms of PTSD. And chances are, those who experience PTSD resort to emotional and behavioral outlets that cause further harm, such as all sorts of addiction, such as alcohol, drugs, food, and would thus need more help dealing with the addiction aside from PTSD.eThe …