2. Extreme Reactions To Memories Of The Event
Related to the symptom of experiencing recurrent flashbacks, another sign of post-traumatic stress disorder is having an extreme reaction to remembering a particularly traumatic event. This extreme reaction may manifest through a rapid heartbeat, hyperventilation, dizziness, vomiting, intense nervousness, and excessive sweating.
These signs are medically referred to as psychosomatic symptoms or the physical manifestation of one’s psychological behavior. Experiencing psychosomatic symptoms can be very stressful for both the physical and mental aspects of the patient. It is important to seek help from a medical professional as this may branch out to more complications in mind and body.