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Journal EntryCan virtual reality relieve post-traumatic stress?
Learn how video-game technology could help veterans overcome post-traumatic stress.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-mdl-sdfileDogs fighting depression and PTSD
Service dogs and therapy dogs can help wounded and ill service members recover. Learn how these dogs can help in multiple ways.
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Journal EntryTai Chi for post-traumatic stress
Learn how this Asian form of exercise can be used to reduce the symptoms of PTS.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-mdl-sdfileMusical healing for TBI and PTSD
Music therapy has gained acceptance as an evidence-based treatment for TBI and PTSD. Learn more and watch a video of music therapy in action.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-mdl-sdfileGet moving to help manage PTSD
Research has found that those with PTSD are at higher risk for cardiovascular disease; for some, exercise might be a great addition to other types of treatment.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-pdbVirtual reality: game or treatment?
Virtual reality isn’t just for entertainment anymore—its applications include use by the military to treat symptoms of PTSD and other combat-related injuries.
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Journal EntryHelp for Warfighters at NICoE
The National Intrepid Center of Excellence provides healing for Warfighters with TBI, and PTSD or other psychological problems because of combat.
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Journal Entry D source codeFinding the “new normal”
After a major trauma, illness, or life-changing event, it is often necessary to adapt your lifestyle and create a new version of what feels “normal.”
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Journal EntryWhen “moral injuries” add to PTSD pain
PTSD can haunt Warfighters with lingering fear or inner conflict called “moral injuries.” Learn more about this phenomenon.
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Journal EntryPTSD can “short-circuit” your brain
PTSD affects the “circuitry” of the brain. Learn how PTSD-affected brains confuse threat and safety.
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