As research into PTSD continues to grow, researchers are beginning to get a better handle on what works and what doesn’t. Sadly, there are far too many situations where Vets have been over-medicated, but other alternative forms of treatment such as the Hyperbaric Treatment developed by Dr. Paul Harch seem to offer great hope in treating PTSD. SFTT salutes those who give of their time and money to support the needs of our men and women in uniform.
Researchers are learning that pre-war psychological characteristics are as important as the actual combat-related trauma for predicting the course of.
A particular gene variation may play an important role in determining whether or not a soldier develops post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to new.
There are few people who inspire more respect and admiration than our brave servicemen and women — those willing to selflessly serve their country and at times, even face death for the sake of others. While it is always a …
Mindfulness and meditation training could ease PTSD symptoms, researchers say. PTSD is usually treated with drugs, behavioral therapy and other approaches. But for many, these methods don’t work. Now, researchers are looking at a new met …
War zone killing leaves troops with ‘moral injury,’ may rival PTSD cases. Though there may be some overlap in symptoms, moral injuries aren’t what most people think of as PTSD, the nightmares and flashbacks of terrifying, life-threatening combat …Share