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New research delivers hope for more accurate PTSD diagnosis, treatment

from The Huffington Post

Jacob Fadley served four years and 12 tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, repeatedly exposed to heart-thumping blasts. "It's just like an entire force is being pushed through you, something powerful too," he described. "Your body just kind of stops and goes, 'What, what is going on?' And kind of, for me, it felt like it was rebooting itself." At the end of it, he was left with no apparent physical injuries. But something was very wrong inside his head. "I came back home from my third deployment. I cried, like, all the time," he recalls. "I would get drunk, and the night would end with me yelling at somebody ... I think, no I knew, I had PTSD, but I never wanted to say that. Because when you say it, then you have to deal with it." That was the last thing he wanted to do. more


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