“Every time it rains I'm a nervous wreck. Every time there’s lightning, I'm scared,” Martin said.
Dr. Michael Sherr, Ph.D., a psychologist at Cedarville University, believes the condition could be prevalent throughout the Miami Valley after the tornado outbreak.
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"If they hear loud noises and they freak out, if they're waking up in the middle of the night with terrible nightmares and flashbacks, and again we're four weeks out, that's something to be concerned with," Sherr said.
Common treatment plans for PTSD include medication and therapy.
If you believe you could be dealing with PTSD, experts recommend you see a doctor.