No matter where you fought, if you faced combat or served in a war zone (such as medical personnel, medievac, etc.) then you faced a traumatic experience. It is often difficult for others to understand the stress and emotional turmoil of war zone stress. It is important to remember that war zone stress is a normal reaction to an abnormal experience.
• You may find that you startle very easily, or drink more than you need to (or take drugs), feel hopeless, have problems at work, have trouble sleeping … Does this sound like you, or someone that you love? It can be difficult to cope with combat stress, but treatment will help; keeping things to yourself will not.
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