Anxiety And Tension


The essential feature of 100% ptsd tdiu (Post traumatic Stress Disorder Unemployability due to service connected disability) is the development of characteristic symptoms of stress following exposure to an extreme traumatic stress or involving direct personal experience of an actual or threatened death or injury, threat to physical integrity; or witnessing events of death, injury, or a threat; threat of death or injury experienced by a family member or any other close associate. The person's response to the event must involve intense fear, helplessness, or horror.

The characteristic symptoms resulting from the exposure to the extreme trauma include persistent re-experiencing of the traumatic event, persistent avoidance of stimuli associated with the trauma and numbing of general responsiveness. For further details on post traumatic stress disorder, read Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Traumatic events that are experienced directly include, military combat, violent personal assault, being kidnapped, being taken hostage, terrorist attack, torture, incarceration as a prisoner of war or in a concentration camp, being diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. For this purpose, the U.S. Department for Veteran Affairs deals with PTSD giving stress management techniques for stress relief. The Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers provides a network of more than 100 specialized programs for veterans with PTSD. Personal stress management requires you to know the causes of stress, be it job stress or financial stress or emotional stress.

The purpose of the specialized program is to assist you in dealing with exposure to psychologically traumatic events during military service that has resulted in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The individual has persistent symptoms of anxiety or increased arousal that were not present before the trauma. These symptoms may include difficulty falling or staying asleep that may be due to recurrent nightmares during which the traumatic event is relived, hyper-vigilance, and exaggerated startle response.