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Veterans’ Treatment for PTSD

The term post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD was created after the Vietnam War, and officially recognized as a medical condition in 1980 (Nursing Times, 2009). Symptoms of PTSD include flashbacks and nightmares; inability to remember and refusal to discuss the war experiences; distance from friends and family; tremors and sweating;...

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Diagnosis

Diagnosis of mental illness has always been strife with uncertainty and doubt, with the changing of criteria and standards adding to the confusion. For multifaceted conditions such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), it has been difficult to formulate a standardized equation of symptoms to diagnosis, and the current DSM-IV criteria...

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: An Overwhelming Issue to the Veteran Community

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is the most common ailment of war veterans in the United States. PTSD occurs after an individual witnesses or experiences a traumatic events; these events typically threaten the individual’s life or personhood. A variety of people are diagnosed with PTSD, not just veterans, and specific...

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PTSD and the Effects of Social Media

The twenty-first century has been significantly marked by post-traumatic stress disorder. While the reason behind this is up for debate, the obvious connection between this century and its predecessor is the increased technological awareness and consequent usage. Of more notable importance is the use of social media platforms as sites...

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Detailed descriptionPost-traumatic stress disorder is a neurological, mental disorder. It occurs after exposure to traumatic events, for example, rape, near death experience, or serious injury. Researchers indicate that traumatic events exposure occurs in about 60 percent of the population. However, in the natural progression, the condition does not affect everyone...

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