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Women are twice as likely to be affected by this disorder. According to the DSM-IV-TR, there are three different types of post traumatic stress disorders. The first one is called acute; this is when symptoms last less than three months. The next type is called chronic, where symptoms last more than three months and with delayed onset where there is a six month period between the traumatic experience and symptoms of having post traumatic stress disorder. There are many things that one might need to know about this anxiety disorder such as the causes, what anxiety can lead to and treatments that are available to cure this disorder.
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