The potential consequences of an untreated post-traumatic stress disorder in Veterans and in women.
Identifying the Problem:
The problem is that so many people have this disease some know, and some don’t even know that they have it.
Due to the so many individuals suffering and not knowing makes it worse for the rest of the world. It is believed to be that PTSD affects the depression in war veterans first and foremost, but we all know it stems further then that, in which may lead to suicidal thoughts and ultimately self-inflicted death for these individuals’
Evidence-based research needs to be performed in order to determine how we can get these individuals tested and get them the proper help that they need.
These are the symptoms of the Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Specific Medical conditions of the Veterans and Women suffering Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
PTSD is otherwise known as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder it is caused by trauma. It is very common in people that have served in the Military because of all the traumatic events that they see and endure in their military careers. As for PTSD some people don’t recognize the symptoms and are sometimes in denial that they even have this. It affects over 3 million people a year which is a very high alarming rate. Some people that experience it think they are going through chronic depression and that may sometimes be the case, but many times people will have PTSD and ignore it and they suffer right along with their loved ones. Traumatic events cause stress and sometimes it leads people to make some very bad mistakes from the though of fear and anxiety and living through some sort of trauma whether it is abuse, terrorist attacks, or witnessing or experiencing life-threatening events in their life. The biggest effect that Post Traumatic Stress Disorder suffers go through is reliving the nightmare and having flashbacks and this takes over their minds. It affects their thought process and enables them from being what they need to b and doing what they need to do. The thoughts and feelings are strong, they cause anger and other issues. Only people that go through this truly understand what the Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Veteran and women go through.
My Future Job
The future job that interest me is going to be a Psychologist and study how to help the Post Traumatic Stress Disorder individuals live a normal life after a traumatic injury, event or abuse of any sort. The organization will be conducting research and applying different methods to see how to identify these individuals and get them the proper help. The presentation audience will be all Veterans, as well as anyone working in a community, city, or state office affiliated with assisting Veterans. As well as women who suffer Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, which is an alarming high rate of ten percent for women. The data that will be included will be statistics and facts as well as veteran analysis to determine the severity of the Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. There will also be usage of the number of women that suffer Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Women and PTSD
The impact and subtleties of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in women veterans has been grouped into the combined whole. Recent studies have made it basic and it does not separate the impacts of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder by sexual orientation. Not limited, do the consequences of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder have various impacts dependent on the female sex, yet the reason for the confusion is enormously influenced by the sexual orientation of the sufferer. Females who have served in the military, have caused the paces of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in women veterans to keep on growing at high rates. Some of it is brought about by battle or related pressure, the impacts of Military Sexual Trauma (MST) outsized affect ladies. Military Sexual Trauma is practically exclusive to women veterans with just 1.3 percent of male veterans screening positive for it. The screening, done by the Veteran’s Administration (VA) among their patients, found that female veterans experienced Military Sexual Trauma with a high percent of more than 24 percent of its cases. Sufferers of Military Sexual Trauma were multiple times liable to endure psychological comfort issues. This incorporates Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Veterans Affairs strives to ponder Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in women veterans. Since, just somewhere in the range of 11 and 17 percent of female veterans get their consideration through the Veterans Affairs, when contrasted with 26 percent of male veterans, the full impacts of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in women veterans is yet loaded up with questions. Different data, for example, women veterans considering the to be as a major aspect of the structure where they endured Military Sexual Trauma, likewise keeps female investment in studies and medicines lower than male interest. The Veterans Affairs is an association that is intended to help male battle veterans and however things are shifting, and care is winding up progressively comprehensive; women are still underrepresented in the Veterans Affairs. In specific, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in women veterans.
Women veterans who look for invigorating help outside of the Veterans Affairs are often reluctant to raise military administration and health suppliers are not prepared to get some information about it. Customarily, the possibility of women being rationally hurt while in the military has not gotten the consideration it merits. The future even though the impacts of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in women veterans is getting more consideration now than it has before, there is still a lot of work to be completed. New projects and augmentations to current projects are starting to make advances into the emotional well-being issues endured by numerous female veterans. The distinct contrasts in both circumstances and logical results of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in male and female veterans is at long last getting the consideration it merits.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Veterans
With Post-Traumatic Stress disorder (PTSD), most information originates from little associate investigations and post-doc examinations of clinical preliminaries to determine the severity. Data collection consisted of interviews, observations, doctors’ reviews, medical records, notes, and information from the Veteran Affairs. Then the patient is inspected and treated, with elements related with inception and fruition of EBP for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in a huge longitudinal partner. During a directed review on the national level, review associate investigated all Iraq and Afghanistan War veterans who had a post-arrangement Post Traumatic Stress Disorder determination and rating from 10/01–9/15 at a Veterans Health Administration office determined that there was one coded post-organization psychotherapy visits none other. The inspection consisted of use of PE and CPT (individual or gathering) during any 24-week time span. They utilized arranged calculated, strategic, and Cox relative risks relapses to look at factors associated with EBP commencement, early end, and finish, and time to consummation. Over a 15-year time span, of 265,566 veterans with PTSD, 22.8% started an EBP, and just 9.1% finished treatment. Completers did as such around three years after their underlying emotional well-being visit. Factors unequivocally connected with EBP fulfillment included military sexual injury, more seasoned age, race/ethnicity (i.e., African American race for PE), battle, and various arrangements. The Veterans Health Administration has turned out to be a timelier in conveying EBP for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and a few subgroups are bound to finish EBP. Military personnel leave the military and become veterans through three paths: healthy (i.e., mentally healthy) separation (path 5), separation with unknown illness (path 6), and separation or discharge with known illness (path 7). Like the military section, we divide the population in the post-military into healthy, ill-undiagnosed, and ill-diagnosed. The ill-undiagnosed veterans move to the ill-diagnosed subpopulation when they are diagnosed with PTSD (path 8). Successful treatment in the post-military stage can move these ill individuals back into the healthy population (Ghaffarzadegan N, Ebrahimvandi A, Jalali MS (2016).
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