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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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.

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.

10 Symptoms of PTSD Everyone Should Know

Flashbacks and nightmares are common, but there are lesser-known signs of post-traumatic stress disorder to watch for too.

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What Is PTSD? Ariana Grande Says She's Still Suffering One Year After Manchester Bombing

The singer's latest interview brings up an important point about post-traumatic stress and anxiety. Here's what to know about this common condition.