Mental health is a topic that affects everyone, whether it’s good or bad. Some life experiences can improve your health, while others have negative memories and can lead to negative coping mechanisms.
When a person signs up for war, he is often warned about the risks and dangers that come with the job. However, while many active roles can be stressful, some activities can affect veterans long after their careers end. PTSD is a silent mental health disorder that develops in people who have gone through or witnessed a traumatic event. Veterans are more likely to experience PTSD due to their line of duty. To learn more about PTSD, check out the following infographic.
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