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    such bacterial accumulation and consequently the periodontium becomes diseased. Other local factors are bruxism and traumatic occlusion. Bruxism by itself does not cause periodontal disease when the host presents a healthy periodontium, but if bruxism coexist on an individual who has a history of periodontitis with bone loss and apical migration of the junctional epithelium, then the progresses of the disease occurs more rapidly than if the individual would have periodontitis only. Similar to bruxism as a contributing factor is the case of trauma from occlusion. Traumatic occlusion can be primary if the individual 's periodontium is healthy and an extreme occlusal force is applied to teeth, or it can be secondary if a normal occlusal force is applied to a diseased periodontium. Trauma from occlusion does not cause periodontal pockets or gingivitis as long as inflammation is limited to the gingiva. In cases where primary occlusal trauma cause some damage of the…

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    things that trigger peoples PTSD are sights, smells, sounds, or even feelings. PTSD can be very intrusive and change how a person lives their life. They may become distant from family and friends, very irritable when around people, scared of certain situations, no longer enjoy things they used to love to do, feel disconnected from themselves as well as others, and they also may just feel completely emotionless. It also can affect people in totally different ways depending on who they are and…

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    about but on the other hand I know I have my son that is depending on me. Treatment for depression is usually medication; talk therapy, or a combination of both. For me I prefer to go the natural route, which is therapy, which seems to be helping me a lot. In this course I have learn never to judge a person base what you see on the outside because you can never tell what a person is going through or went through or going though in life. This class has open up my eyes and I have learned a lot of…

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    HUMAN SERVICES AND POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER IN THE MILITARY I. INTRODUCTION A. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), caused by exposure to a traumatic event, is a mental health condition characterized by recurrent nightmares or flashbacks, avoiding reminders/recounting the event, distorted mental processes or emotional numbing, and a persistently high state of arousal and reactivity (Institute of Medicine , 2014) B. In the military, PTSD is caused by various elements of combat exposure…

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    Philosophy There have been many studies, and it is undisputed that pets improve the lives of them owners. Studies have shown that animals have improved the anxiety levels of their owners that suffer with mental disorders, elderly residents in nursing facilities, as well as, regulating autonomic stress in women. Therapist have been using these studies to improve therapy for a variety of disorder, such as, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Anxiety can be a life altering disorder,…

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    Being depressed can mean many things for people, and for Holden he can not function correctly. Anxiety and Depression Association of America says, “Most people who experience such events recover from them, but people with PTSD continue to be severely depressed and anxious”(Posttraumatic ). Being depressed is an effect from having PTSD and Holden is affected by not feeling happy with his life and he is in a constant need to find happiness, but he can not come to realization resulting in him not…

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    Set in the fictional Mississippi city of “Yoknapatawpha,” As I Lay Dying follows the Bundren family through a disturbing, yet enlightening journey to Addie Bundren’s hometown to bury her body. Throughout this journey, the story is told by a total of fifteen different narrators that reveal the challenges and intentions of each character. After reading this book, the reader can understand that every child in the Bundren family has suffered from some type of psychological abuse. According to the…

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    or event. In “Abnormal Psychology”, James N. Butcher, Jill M. Hooley, and Susan Mineka (2007), define post-traumatic stress disorder as a “disorder that occurs following an extreme traumatic event, in which a person reexperiences the event, avoids reminder of the trauma, and exhibits persistent increased arousal” (p. 623). For example, a traumatizing event for a young girl can be getting kidnapped. If one day she is kidnapped and found by the police and her parents after few days, most…

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