posttraumatic stress disorder
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Still recuperating from life-threatening injuries and posttraumatic stress disorder, he’d found himself increasingly isolated.
What celebrity has started to talk about his or her eating disorder?
Genetics alone does not an eating disorder make, generally speaking, and Bulik points out that environment still plays a role.
The eating disorder field remains divided over the potential efficacy of such measures.
Obsessive exercising and inadequate nutrition can, over time, put people at high risk for overuse injuries like stress fractures.
Yes, cops are under stress and tension (though their jobs are far less dangerous than normally supposed).
If so, it is to be hoped that, wise man as you are, the first attack of this disorder was also your last.
Are you quite sure you have never suffered from this rather common disorder, gentle reader, at least, if you be of the male sex?
The key to all our human disorder is organized education, comprehensive and universal.The Salvaging Of Civilisation|H. G. (Herbert George) Wells
The conflict of these certainties left hopeless disorder in every corner of his being.The Wave|Algernon Blackwood
He found the village in disorder, the fields neglected, many houses deserted, the remainder of the people preparing to move away.Ramona|Helen Hunt Jackson
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A psychological disorder in which a person continues to respond with distress to a traumatic event long after that event has occurred. The affected person may reexperience the event in their thoughts or dreams and exhibit a heightened state of arousal characteristic of extreme stress. Combat and rape are two of the most common causes of this disorder.