Experiencing a traumatic event, like a natural disaster or an accident, can create unexpected ripples through life for years afterwards. In some people, that trauma can go on to cause post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, a condition that has symptoms like distressing flashbacks and high levels of anxiety. Science shows that PTSD affects the brain and memory, changing the way it process information, and that can create a lot of issues when it comes to retaining new knowledge and recalling it on command. Click here to read more…
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