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Car collisions or other accidents that cause severe injuries
Prolonged abuse or neglect
Loss of a close family member or friend
Witnessing violent deaths
Diagnosis of a serious medical condition
PTSD can manifest differently depending on the individual.
The condition could show up within months after the trauma, or it may not develop for years.
Anti-depressants are often used to treat emotional symptoms.
PTSD symptoms appear right after a traumatic event.
The condition may take years to develop and symptoms may appear long after the event.
PTSD affects only those who are not strong enough to move on from the trauma.
The condition has nothing to do with mental weakness. Instead, it is about the nature and severity of the trauma and how the brain is affected by trauma.
Everyone gets PTSD.
The condition is common, but many people who experience trauma do not develop PTSD.
There’s no help for those who suffer PTSD.
With treatment and support, symptoms can be overcome or managed.
To learn more about PTSD and how your veteran status can get you the help you need, contact Attorney George Sink Sr. at DisabledVets.com now.