Accurate estimates of veterans' mental health service utilization is important for providing high-quality health care.
Researchers examined whether the risk of relapse or time to relapse was related to type of anxiety disorder, duration of previous treatment, and other factors.
In male veterans, eating disorder symptoms are associated with military-related trauma.
Opioid therapy was shown to improve QoL in patients with concomitant fibromyalgia and PTSD.
Maternal PTSD during the perinatal period may have a negative impact on child outcomes.
The FDA has granted Breakthrough Therapy Designation to MDMA for treating PTSD.
Pregnant women with migraine are more likely to have PTSD.
In patients with eating disorders, rTMS of the DMPFC seems to be beneficial for treating PTSD.
Data from 80 veterans with PTSD were studied to examine the biological pathways between PTSD and markers of cardiometabolic risk.
Child maltreatment is significantly more prevalent in young individuals who present with UHR symptoms compared with controls.
Few current treatments currently target PTSD and substance use disorder at the same time.
Veterans who experienced military sexual trauma are at higher risk for post-deployment eating disorders.
Rape has been linked with the strongest risk for PTSD in both women and men, followed by combat exposure and child molestation.
In cases of PTSD in children, reports showed a marked improvement in nightmares when prazosin was prescribed.
Both pain response and development of chronic pain are significantly linked to trauma exposure.
Postpartum PTSD is an area with limited physician knowledge.
Stress is the key link between occupation and presentation of mental illness.
Posttraumatic stress disorder severity may be related to chronic headache pain.
PTSD developments from childbirth can have lasting consequences and should be examined further by OBGYNs.
Researchers compared the effects of different active rTMS frequencies on PTSD.
PTSD and pain share a mutual relationship that contribute to chronic pain syndromes.
Pre-screening military personnel after deployment did not affect the presence of mental illness.
Hip fracture does not induce full PTSD and infrequently induces partial PTSD.
Utilizing CPAP is thought to promote consolidation of emotional memory, which may assist in recovery from traumatic events.
This trial indicates that in most cases, youth who are diagnosed with PTSD 2 to 6 months after the initial trauma are likely to require treatment.
PTSD, depression, anxiety, and alcohol misuse among UK military personnel is difficult to reduce.
The researchers proposed integrating mental health screening and treatment into pediatric cardiology care.
DCS shows a small augmentation effect on exposure-based therapy.
Relationship of trauma memories to other PTSD symptoms offers early intervention potential.
Advanced neuroimaging can more accurately diagnose traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress disorder than CT or MRI.
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