Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Prevention
- What It Is
- Risk Factors
- Living With
- User Questions
- Alternative Treatment
- Care Guide
- Questions for Your Doctor
- When to Contact a Doctor
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- Resource Guide
How to Prevent Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
The events that trigger PTSD cannot be predicted or prevented. However, there are some factors that might prevent PTSD from developing after the event.
- Cognitive behavioral therapy after an acute stressful episodes may help prevent PTSD
- Social support -A network of social support can make a difference in how people react to trauma.
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