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Hey, I’m Wendy, and I would like bring post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to your attention regarding mental health problems involving veterans.
I have civil experiences that lead to this disorder while in my family it is directly connected to past military campaigns.
There is a very high rate of PTSD in veterans, and no surprise there. The diagnosis of PTSD historically originates from observations of the effect of combat on soldiers, while the grouping of symptoms that we now refer to as PTSD has been described in the past as combat fatigue or war neurosis.
Luckily, it can be managed or even healed, and for more information please find these sites below:
Hope this helps 🙂
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Yes, you are right saying about mental health. it is a very common health issue through which many people are suffering mental health is basically comes when a person is mentally torched. then his/her health may be diagnosed. it should be good for consulting with a relevant doctor who knows about your mental health. But recently I saw a lot of cases of psychology it was not good but people do not take them serious issue as it is increasing day by day mostly in children so I prefer them to a proper check-up from Help and Healing Center as they are providing Psychological Evaluation, Psychological Testing, Autism Testing for children.
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