Combat Stress Reaction

(redirected from Combat Stress Disorder)
The acute psychological trauma experienced in combat environments which can lead to combat fatigue
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The Philippine Army (PA) has opened its doors for psychologists who are interested to work and provide troops with psychological support to help address combat stress disorder.
The centre tackles the reasons for their homelessness, such as illness and mental health issues like combat stress disorder, unemployment and substance misuse.
According to Army Chief of Staff General Mark Milley , the US military has also struggled with combat stress disorders, suicide and other problems but officials have often focused on enlisted troops or lower-ranking officers and ignored senior ranks.
Research also shows combat stress disorders can take up to 14 years to affect the patient.
For the second year, the Clinton native will be running for the Run to Home Base Foundation, to help men and women in the military who have traumatic brain injuries and combat stress disorders.

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