Acute Stress Disorder

Acute Stress Disorder (ASD) is developed within one month of a traumatic stressor after exposure to an extraordinary traumatic stressor. It endures no less than three days and can continue for up to one month.

Individuals with ASD have manifestations like those found in post-traumatic stress issue (PTSD). As a reaction to the traumatic occasion, the individual creates dissociative indications.

 

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