Articles on PTSD - Page 2

PTSD and Older Veterans

From as long ago as Homer’s ancient story of the battle between the Trojans and the Greeks, and the times of the Bible and Shakespeare, military personnel have been...
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Alice’s Story

My name is Alice and I live in New Zealand, and have lived here all my life. I am 24 years old, although I feel like I am still...
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PTSD & Community Violence

Community violence can take many forms: riots, sniper attacks, gang wars and drive-by shootings, and workplace assaults. On a larger scale, terrorist attacks, torture, bombings, war, ethnic cleansing, and...
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Chronic Pain

PTSD and Chronic Pain

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) mostly is known for its effect on overall mental health. There is research, however, to support the fact that PTSD is increasingly being recognized for...
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My New Life

At the age of 23, I woke up one weekday morning with the feeling that something was wrong. I searched my mind. Oh, yes. I remembered. I remembered that...
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War and Finding Peace

First responders and veterans are similar in being willing to face danger in order to protect and save others. While they give their all, they are often wracked with...
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