Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) The life of every person has events to which he or she reacts with mental pain, severe stress and emotional distress. Such events include the death of a loved one, infidelity, separation, divorce, conflicts in the family, conflicts at work, the breakdown of romantic relationships, threats, post-war syndrome, violence, etc. This experience can become dominant in a person's subconscious and negatively affects his or her behaviour, and psychological and physical health in the future. At the same time, the person usually does not know about it. In psychotherapy, this condition is called post-traumatic stress disorder. The majority of people respond to PTSD satisfactorily. However, sometimes PTSD may lead to emotional disorders and behavioural deviations which may become the cause of serious illnesses. Anyone can develop PTSD at any age, so it is very important to respond adequately to stressful events and periodically take a test for PTSD. If you feel that some event is continuously the cause of your mental pain and emotional disorders, it is necessary to immediately get rid of PTSD with the help of behavioural coaching. Don't ever allow yourself to suffer. Prolonged stress has a devastating effect on your appearance, on your health and does not allow you to live a full life.