In some cases, the symptoms are there immediately upon return. Other times, the symptoms don’t surface for months. Each day, there’s a new symptom, something else in the daily grind that triggers it.
There’s very little consistency from one case of Combat PTSD to another, and so therefore there’s no one-size-fits-all answer when treating it. Instead, there are options. And, for some, the amount of options may even be overwhelming.
That’s why you’ll find the poll below — what you’ll be voting for is what you believe to be the most effective method of treating Combat PTSD. Please know that there’s wrong answer here; voicing your opinion on such a crucial matter is critical to advancements in treating Combat PTSD.
Our veterans need help, and it can start with your vote.