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Rapid Communication - Journal of Psychology and Cognition (2022) Volume 7, Issue 3

Positive psychology interpretation on stress induced depression and traumatic brain injury.

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) may be a serious condition which happens in a individual who has experienced a traumatic damage in which serious physical hurt was experienced. PTSD may be a collection of traumatic trials which causes fear, outrage, or frightfulness, an mischance, war, characteristic fiasco or startling passing of a adored one. Too, families of casualties will appear the PTSD. Most individuals, who experienced a traumatic occasion, will have responses of stun, fear, outrage and indeed blame. These sentiments will increment and proceed, getting to be solid and keep the individual of having a ordinary life. PTSD after traumatic brain damage is uncommon and must be inspected in connection to co-morbidities and other hazard components. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) happens through sudden shock to the head. Anybody can get the brain damage at any age. The foremost common causes of brain harm are closed to:- Head harm due to falls, street activity mishaps, infringement and ambushes - Stroke - Subarachnoid discharge - Hypoglycemia - Cerebral hypoxia which is delayed to cardiac capture - Cerebral contaminations - Carbon monoxide harming.

Author(s): William Theodore*

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