PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorder was known as "shell shock" or "battle fatigue" before it was PTSD. Now it's known to affect not just military veterans but anyone who has gone through an intense traumatic experience. In fact, about one in 11 people will have PTSD in their lifetime.

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Prince Harry Does EMDR Session on Camera—Here’s What to Know About This Type of Therapy
He was filmed doing the PTSD treatment for his new AppleTV show with Oprah, The Me You Can't See.
I Have Medical PTSD From My Chronic Illness—Here's What I Want You to Know
Writer Tessa Miller was diagnosed with Crohn's disease in 2012, and after nearly a decade of hospitalizations, medications, and intrusive scans and tests, her disease was under control. But recently, another medical emergency triggered her illness-induced fears.
What Is Generational Trauma? Here's How Experts Explain It
Experts are learning more about who is vulnerable to it, and how it manifests in families and communities.
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Lady Gaga Tells Oprah She Was 'Repeatedly' Raped at 19 and Developed PTSD
She developed PTSD, or post-traumatic stress disorder, because she didn't '"process the trauma," she shared in an emotional interview about mental health.

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Back home after being held captive for three months, Jayme can start healing from the emotional trauma of her ordeal. We asked a psychologist what her recovery may be like.