How Ketamine Infusions are Helping Veterans Suffering from PTSD
Veterans fight long and hard to keep our country safe and free. They spend many years sacrificing their time and energy preparing to battle those who pose a threat to the United States only to come home and fight a battle against an enemy where they received no training.
There is NO timestamp on trauma, but there is HOPE to overcome it!
Veterans who screened positive for PTSD were 4 times more likely to report suicidal ideation than veterans who did not, and the likelihood of suicidal ideation was 5.7 times greater in veterans who screened positive for PTSD and two or more comorbid disorders.
First responder mental health…know the signs of PTSD before it’s too late
(sourced EMS1.com) Over time, exposure to such stress can take a toll on first responders’ mental and physical health. In some cases, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) results, with symptoms such as: Flashbacks, nightmares, and recurring thoughts.