Angelina Jolie Tells Her History of PTSD, what are the symptoms? – Hollywood star Angelina Jolie has found it helpful to her history of mental illness in playing her character in her latest film, Eternals.

In the film, Angelina Jolie plays Thena, a member of the extraterrestrial Eternals who is physically strong but emotionally vulnerable. The figure constantly struggles with mental health issues.

Meanwhile, Angelina Jolie has struggled with mental health issues, namely PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) in real life. He finds it easier to understand playing a character who is struggling with mental health problems.

“I’ve also talked to Chloe Zhao about my own PTSD experience a few years ago and my fears of not being strong enough to protect the people I love,” Angelina Jolie was quoted as saying. CNA Lifestyle.

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Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a psychiatric disorder in people who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event, such as a natural disaster, serious accident, terrorist act, war/battle, murder or sexual violence.

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Symptoms of PTSD can include flashbacks, nightmares, severe anxiety and uncontrollable thoughts about the event. Most people who experience a traumatic event may have difficulty adjusting to and coping with it.

PTSD is a common mental health problem. Post-traumatic stress disorder is usually more common in women than men.

Because it was reported from Hellosehat, most women are more sensitive to change than men, so they experience more intense emotions.

Post-traumatic stress disorder is a condition that can affect patients of all age groups, even children. You can treat PTSD by reducing the risk factors and consulting a doctor.

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Symptoms of PTSD

There are several symptoms of PTSD that need to be considered, including:

  1. Memories of the past that cause trauma constantly emerge
  2. Frequently repeating a traumatic event as if it happened again
  3. Often nightmares that feel real
  4. Physical reactions that cause stress

People with PTSD can also experience changes in thought patterns and moods that tend to be negative, such as always negative thoughts on others, no hope for the future, unable to maintain relationships and feel distant from family.

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