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If you have trouble getting to therapy, this might solve your problems! ... See MoreSee Less
Telemedicine No Less Effective Than In-Person Therapy For Vets With PTSD
“We can now save the travel time and bring the treatment right to them."
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"Cumulative PTSD" also applies to military with multiple deployments. Check it out. ... See MoreSee Less
Police Officers Face Cumulative PTSD
Cumulative PTSD can be even more dangerous than PTSD caused from a single traumatic event, largely because cumulative PTSD is more likely to go unnoticed and untreated.
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A well told story about how PTSD effects the whole family and what has helped."Lost on Arrival" airs on CBS Firsthand, Feb. 9 at 9 pm. ... See MoreSee Less
PTSD turned my husband into a stranger | Toronto Star
Reporting from disaster zones left journalist Curt Petrovich with debilitating symptoms. His family has faced a daily struggle.
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Avoidance Symptoms and Treatment http://www.ptsdupdate.com/avoidance-symptoms-treatment/It’s normal to avoid pain, and that certainly includes painful emotions. So it’s not at all surprising that the last two groups of PTSD symptoms involve Avoidance. First there is Conscious Avoidance. This is described in DSMV as:Persistent effortful avoidance of distressing tra... Read More:: http://www.ptsdupdate.com/avoidance-symptoms-treatment/ ... See MoreSee Less
Avoidance Symptoms and Treatment
It’s normal to avoid pain, and that certainly includes painful emotions. So it’s not at all surprising that the last two groups of PTSD symptoms involve Avoidance.
First there is Conscious Avoid...
PTSD isn't all in your head. It has chemical and physical effects on your body that can increase your risk of cardiovascular disease. And heart attacks, strokes, and other deadly illnesses can also increase your risk of PTSD. So how do you avoid this deadly cycle? We don't have all the answers, but at least the scientists are asking the right questions :-) ... See MoreSee Less
PTSD: Cause and Consequence of Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease
Increasing evidence shows a bidirectional relationship between psychological stress and physical disease, as underscored in studies linking PTSD to cancer, acute cardiovascular disease, and stroke.