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PTSD: Extreme emotional trauma

April 28, 2014

Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) was first brought to public awareness as it relates to military veterans who witnessed horrifying harm in war actions....

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May-02-14 10:02 AM

For now. If it becomes a legal recreational product nationwide, that law will have to change. That law should change anyways. You're EASILY more dangerous with a gun mixed with alcohol than marijuana--though that can be said for pretty much any situation regarding marijuana and alcohol.

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May-01-14 8:36 AM

Over a year ago I saw letters circulating telling vets Not to mention any problems so they wouldn't lose gun rights. That is not the solution either. Really really not the solution.

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Apr-30-14 9:16 AM

Scientists are finding that marijuana may be the best thing to treat PTSD. Something needs to be done about it as far as soldiers are concerned. We're losing more people to PTSD induced suicide than we are to "terrorists".

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Apr-29-14 2:06 PM

Thankfully a person does not have to live with PTSD - that was the story during the Vietnam era. Today there are effective treatments of psychotherapy that help a person reclaim their life. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and World Health Organization both recognize the effective of Cognitive Behavior therapy and EMDR therapy in treating trauma. At Soldier-Center (Google Soldier-Center) we use EMDR therapy daily in treating combat related PTSD effectively among veterans and active duty military.

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