2016年11月6日 星期日

trauma, disorder, unlawful, PTSD post-traumatic stress disorder


 PTSD post-traumatic stress disorder
【生活】李安:「未來3D有更多的可能性」
今早李安為新片《比利·林恩的中場戰事》舉行記者會。而後他接受媒體聯訪,暢談此片背後秘辛。李安表示台灣比較溫暖,很多人都對他抱持著善意,在美國拍片的過程就像在打仗,他開玩笑的說,差點就要跟片中主角比利·林恩一樣染上PTSD(創傷後壓力症候群)。

今早李安為新片《比利·林恩的中場戰事》(Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk)…
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A new study at UCLA has found that a brain stimulation patch, worn on the forehead while the patient sleeps, can significantly reduce symptoms in people with PTSD. Watch:


Steven J. Cannon, HKU's executive vice-president, said that students who invaded a governing Council meeting in July may have committed offences such as "disorder in public places, unlawful assembly, assault, false imprisonment, and nuisance."




Another recording of speeches made by Council members of the…
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The physiology of a person with PTSD differs from someone without. Understanding how the disorder works could lead to more effective treatments http://econ.st/1Wm9zJp


post-traumatic stress disorder
[U] (ABBREVIATION PTSD) SPECIALIZED
a mental condition in which a person suffers severe anxiety and depression after a very frightening or shocking experience, such as an accident or a war
(簡寫 PTSD) 後壓力症候群
A psychological disorder affecting individuals who have experienced orwitnessed profoundly traumatic events, such as torture, murder, rape, orwartime combat, characterized by recurrent flashbacks of the traumatic event,nightmares, irritability, anxiety, fatigue, forgetfulness, and socialwithdrawal.


 disorder



noun
1.
lack of order or regular arrangement; confusion:
Your room is in utter disorder.
2.
an irregularity:
a disorder in legal proceedings.
3.
breach of orderdisorderly conduct; public disturbance.
4.
a disturbance in physical or mental health or functions; malady ordysfunction:
a mild stomach disorder.
verb (used with object)
5.
to destroy the order or regular arrangement of; disarrange.
6.
to derange the physical or mental health or functions of.


trauma
noun [C or U]
1 severe emotional shock and pain caused by an extremely upsetting experience:
the trauma of marriage breakdown
He had psychotherapy to help him deal with his childhood traumas.

2 SPECIALIZED a severe injury, usually caused by a violent attack or an accident

traumatic
adjective
1 If an experience is traumatic, it causes you severe emotional shock and upset:
Some of the most disturbed children had witnessed really traumatic things, such as rape and murder.

2 INFORMAL frightening and causing anxiety:
Don't you find exams traumatic?

traumatize, UK USUALLY traumatise
verb [T usually passive]
She was completely traumatized by the death of her mother.

traumatized, UK USUALLY traumatised Show phonetics
adjective
very shocked and upset for a long time:
The whole experience left him traumatized.

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