CausesPTSD is believed to be caused by the experience of a wide range of traumatic events and, particularly if the trauma is extreme, can occur in persons with no predisposing conditions. Persons considered at risk include combat military personnel, victims of natural disasters, and victims of violent crime. PTSD can also be caused from those suffering work place injuries or being involved in traumatic work place incidents. You do NOT necessarily need to sustain a physical injury in Minnesota to be found to have sustained an injury. Individuals not infrequently experience "survivor's guilt" for remaining alive while others died. Causes of the symptoms of PTSD are the experiencing or witnessing of a stressor event involving death, serious injury or such threat to the self or others in a situation in which the individual felt intense fear, horror, or powerlessness. Persons who are employed in occupations which expose them to violence firefighters, police officers, construction workers or disasters are also at risk.
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