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Stress Management and Relief
Researchers have long known that when people endure long periods of chronic stress, their risk for developing future mental health problems increases. Prior studies have shown abnormalities in the brains of people suffering from stress-related conditions, such as chronic anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) – and a new study now tells us why.
One soldier returns home from a tour in Afghanistan, where he saw a great deal of combat. He takes time to unwind, reacquaint himself with his family and then finds a good job and picks up his life pretty much as it was before going off to serve his country. 2nd soldier's story with PTSD is different.
There has been a dramatic breakthrough for military people suffering from post traumatic stress disorder, called Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART). In view of the intensified state of hostilities worldwide in an era of a rise in the presence of well armed terrorist groups and heated regional conflicts, this is very significant to help cut down on the rate of losing surviving soldiers.
A new study reveals that physicians who admit to abusing prescription drugs report that the top reason for doing so is to self-medicate in an effort to help them cope with pain and emotional issues.