Connection in Veterans

Warriors and Wounds: The PTSD Connection in Veterans


Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) impacts approximately 7% of the U.S. population. Veterans, particularly those deployed to combat zones, face an elevated risk of developing PTSD. Research indicates that around 30% of veterans who served in Afghanistan and Iraq during wartime have developed PTSD.

Living with an undiagnosed case of PTSD can prove to be exceedingly challenging. The symptoms of this condition can vary in intensity, ranging from mild to severe, and they have the potential to bring about profound life changes. Gaining an understanding of the symptoms of PTSD, the associated health conditions, and the available treatment options can significantly improve the well-being and happiness of veterans and their loved ones. To dive deeper into the topic of post-traumatic stress disorder and explore the treatments available, please refer to the accompanying infographic.

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