Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in the Military

The military culture has become an unhealthy environment for soldiers to express their feelings about the men and women lost along the way. Post traumatic stress disorder affects 1 in 5 men and women who serve in Iraq and Afghanistan according to the Pentagon. Although there are outlets such as mental health clinic s for soldiers to seek out on military bases, these clinics are by some soldiers are considered to be a sign of weakness. Now there are efforts to train the soldier’s brain to cope better with PTSD.

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