The man in the video suffers from what is known as shellshock, an anxiety disorder that can develop after a traumatic event that the patient witnessed or directly participated in.

PTSD has a variety of psychological as well as physical symptoms that interfere with normal daily functioning and quality of life. PTSD is the long-term result of traumatic events that cause fear, helplessness, or terror, such as sexual or physical assault, sudden death of a loved one, accident, war, or natural disaster. . .

Victims’ families can also develop PTSD, as can paramedics and lifeguards. Most people who experience a traumatic event will have possible reactions such as shock, anger, stress, fear, and even guilt.

These reactions are common and for most people, they will go away with time. However, for a person with PTSD, these feelings continue and even increase with a heavy impact on quality of life.

People with post-traumatic stress disorder are diagnosed when symptoms persist for a month and are unable to perform normal activities as they did before the event. Symptoms of PTSD are often grouped into four main categories, including: Avoidance: Patients may avoid people, places, thoughts, or situations that may remind them of the trauma.

This can lead to feelings of alienation and isolation from family and friends, as well as a loss of interest in activities the person used to enjoy. Hypersensitivity: The patient is prone to expressing excessive emotions; easy to have problems with people around, easy to express emotions; difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep; irritability; outbursts of anger; difficulty concentrating; and easily startled.

The person may also experience physical symptoms, such as increased blood pressure and heart rate, rapid breathing, muscle tension, nausea, and diarrhea.

The man in the video is haunted, stressed, even confused when he sees the hat given to him by a man, to us it is a hat but when we see it, it is all just a hat this absolutely not, the baby will think it is something very dangerous so when he sees the hat he screams and is in pain. Viewers sympathize with him:

“Is this therapy? My best friend talked about Vietnam and he couldn’t sleep for fear that he would hurt his wife if he woke up suddenly. He committed suicide. About ten years ago.”

“Poor them”