Have you recently suffered a traumatic accident and are experiencing symptoms that are getting in the way of enjoying life?
Have you recently been in a car accident and fear getting back on the road?
Are you experiencing severe anxiety and panic attacks since the accident?
Have you been bothered by insomnia, nightmares and/or flashbacks to the accident when awake?
Is your fear of driving or resuming other accident related activities getting in the way of your life?
In the United States, millions of car accidents occur every year. Being involved in one such incident can lead to a spectrum of negative feelings. It would be completely understandable for you to feel shocked, nervous, angry, guilty, afraid, or even have trouble believing it actually happened.
If you have been in an accident, chances are you have gone through some or all of the feelings described above. Usually, with time, these overwhelming emotions subside and go away after the accident.
However, in many cases, these feelings of fear and anxiety can persist and get stronger with time. Anxiety about driving, nightmares, or troubles falling asleep, ongoing memories of the accident, etc. can indicate that what you're feeling is not normal, and these can be signs of PTSD.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a stress reaction in which you have trouble coping and recovering from a traumatic incident. PTSD is extremely common following car accidents. It can become a troublesome condition that can interfere with your day to day life.
Fortunately, there are a number of effective treatments that you can use to overcome your trauma. If you or your loved one does not receive the right support and treatment for your symptoms, recovery from posttraumatic stress disorder will be difficult to achieve.
At Personal Injury Counseling Services we have been helping men, women and children quickly and permanently recover from trauma symptoms related to accidents and we can help you too.
We offer a free and confidential 15 minute consult to all potential clients. It gives us a chance to learn about your personal situation and help you come up with the best plan of action.
Call us personally at 904-737-3232 or email us at [email protected] and we will be in touch right away!
YOU ARE NOT CRAZY. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO JUST “LIVE WITH” YOUR SYMPTOMS. YOU ARE NOT WEAK. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO AVOID ACTIVITIES YOU ONCE LOVED.