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Vietnam Veterans

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

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PTSD Process for Vietnam Veterans

Approximately 50% of the returning Vietnam veterans were able to re-enter their family, social, academic, psychological, and vocational lives without severe re-occurring symptoms. However, emotional triggers surface during stressful or “reminder” events, e.g., the Gulf War or Iraq War.

Approximately 30% of returning Vietnam Veterans experienced more severe PTSD symptoms that reflected in their difficulty re-connecting with the American society demands. Triggered reactions may have provoked problems with marriages, intimacy, job consistency, drug, and alcohol use, etc.

Approximately 10% of the returning Vietnam Veterans experienced symptoms so severe as to make their lives a continuously overwhelming survival process.
Emotional “triggers” can be seen as moving targets most easily provoked for these veterans.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Signs and Symptoms

PTSD Process for Vietnam Veterans

Controversy over PTSD Rates

PTSD Treatment Alternatives