Is PTSD the only mental illness that is caused by trauma?
- 1 month ago
Trauma can also cause:
- Adjustment disorder
- Reactive adjustment disorder (attachment problems in childhood)
- Emotionally unstable personality disorder
- Chronic anxiety and depression
- Bobbitt BewareLv 61 month ago
No there are other ones as well.
- Anonymous1 month ago
DSM V: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). PTSD is a disorder that develops after a traumatic experience, such as witnessing a murder or being assaulted. It causes flashbacks, nightmares, fear, and avoidance of anything reminiscent of the trauma. PTSD can cause significant impairment in a person’s life. Acute Stress Disorder (ASD). ASD is similar to PTSD, and it is also triggered by trauma. The reaction to trauma in ASD is sudden and much briefer than in PTSD. It may last between a few days and one month, while the symptoms of PTSD persist for more than a month. Adjustment Disorders (AD). Adjustment disorders cause excessive reactions to stressful or difficult experiences, like a death in the family or loss of a relationship. The stress in response to such a situation is greater than what would be expected and indicates a poor ability to cope. There are six types of AD, each characterized by dominant symptoms: anxiety, depression, anxiety and depression together, inappropriate behaviors, inappropriate behaviors with depression and anxiety, and unspecified. Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD). RAD occurs rarely but is seen in children who fail to develop a healthy attachment to a parent or caregiver. This occurs when the child’s needs aren’t met. This neglect is a type of trauma. Babies or children with RAD may be withdrawn, sad, afraid, listless, and unengaged with others. Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder (DSED). Similar to RAD, this is an attachment disorder that affects children who have been neglected or otherwise traumatized. The symptoms are less severe than RAD, but DSED does make it difficult for a child to develop relationships or to engage in appropriate ways. Other and Unspecified Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders. A psychiatrist may diagnose someone as having other or unspecified disorders in this category if the person has some but not all the symptoms of one of the specific condition, or if there is not enough information to make a more specific diagnosis.
- Kay lee annaLv 51 month ago
You can become mental from neglect in early childhood
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- KevinLv 41 month ago
Can't think of any others offhand
- Anonymous1 month ago
If you mean the letters, No. That is an agreement between the Lawyers and the Medicos to make them both more money. They even publish a book of legal names and descriptions to aid in law suits and billing.
- OliveLv 71 month ago
No it can cause Catatonia as well