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What is PTSD?


How does it affect soldiers?

 

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Skyler Parker (phtech) says

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    Sherrie Westerfield, Cpht (artist101) 4 years ago

    great idea, might want to try your local veterans organizations. Such as american legions, or vfw posts. Will share to facebook.


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    Sherrie Westerfield, Cpht (artist101) 4 years ago

    Great answer. Most people think of soldiers, but it can apply to any life event that causes suffering, undue stress, and strife. Toward the end of my fathers life, he experienced it, from flash backs to the war, the woman, and children who he saw die


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    Skyler Parker (phtech) 4 years ago

    Thanks for the feedback. I'm glad everyone knows what it is.

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    Skyler Parker (phtech) 4 years ago

    Thanks for the hub. I will definitely read it. I'm sorry you have PTSD and wish you the best on the road to coping with it.

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    Skyler Parker (phtech) 4 years ago

    I never thought of multiple occasions adding symptoms. That would make sense as to why certain triggers can affect you in different ways.

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    Mohammad Mottakin (wildlifeofbd) 4 years ago

    I have Post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD problems as I suffered grievous road accident some years ago. The symptoms were sever in months of accidents. There were hallucinations.Gradually symptoms decreased.


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