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Pre-Existing Insomnia Linked to PTSD, Other Mental Disorders After Deployment

Pre-Existing Insomnia Linked to PTSD, Other Mental Disorders After Deployment Members of the military who have trouble sleeping prior to deployment may be at greater risk of developing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression and anxiety once 
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Military Personnel With Insomnia At Higher Risk Of Mental Disorders After

New research reveals that people in the military who have severe trouble sleeping before being deployed are at a higher risk of developing posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety and depression when they come back home. The study, published in
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Anxiety Symptoms Panic Attacks What To Do – How To Stop Anxiety

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Collaborative Care Improves Depression and Anxiety Symptoms

Collaborative care models emerged to overcome existing deficits in primary care- based psychiatric treatment. How effective is collaborative care for anxiety and

Eating For Anxiety: Foods That May Decrease Anxiety Symptoms

The following foods have been medically linked to a possible reduction in anxiety symptoms. However, note that not everyone processes food the same way,…

Pre-Existing Insomnia Linked to Mental Disorders After Military Deployment

Researchers identified 522 people with new-onset PTSD, 151 with anxiety and 303 with depression following deployment. Researchers found that combat-related trauma and pre-deployment insomnia symptoms were significantly associated with higher odds 
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Insomnia Can Worsen PTSD, Depression And Anxiety In Returning War Veterans

During baseline questionnaires before deployment, most soldiers did not have any psychiatric disorders or a history of one. However, during follow-up questionnaires, 522 soldiers had post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), 151 has anxiety, and 303 were 
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