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Related to Acute stress reaction: generalized anxiety disorder, adjustment disorder, Post traumatic stress disorder
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Synonyms for acute

possessing or displaying perceptions of great accuracy and sensitivity

so serious as to be at the point of crisis or necessary to resolve a crisis

marked by severity or intensity

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having or experiencing a rapid onset and short but severe course

extremely sharp or intense

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having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions

of an angle

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ending in a sharp point

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of critical importance and consequence

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The revised CPG includes screening and early interventions for early stress states, like acute stress reaction, combat operational stress reaction, and acute stress disorder.
The new scale is the first to measure acute stress reaction symptoms occurring right after a traumatic event, Dr.
Revealing the findings of his animal studies in the journal Biological Psychiatry, the researcher has highlighted the fact that a diagnosis of PTSD is presently made only after an individual has been living with an acute stress reaction for one month, which may be too late to counteract the syndrome.
Newcastle County Court heard her ordeal triggered a panic attack, acute stress reaction and symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.
So I went to my GP and he said I had acute stress reaction and I should take time off work.
A total of 782 subjects from an ongoing Web-based research panel completed a measure of acute stress (the Stanford Acute Stress Reaction Questionnaire) 2 weeks after the Sept.
My GP said I was suffering from an acute stress reaction.
Butler and her colleagues also looked at 52 subjects with long-term depressed moods and stressors within the past month, comparing the correlations between hypnotizability and scores on the Stanford Acute Stress Reaction Questionnaire.
This research overturns accepted convention and may lead to better understanding of the mechanisms underlying acute stress reactions, Prof.
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