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Also, alcohol abuse was an indicator Results of the study It was found that a substantial portion of the participants from Iraq recorded higher Post traumatic Stress Disorder than those ones from Afghanistan. It was also found that American soldiers recorded significantly higher levels of post Traumatic stress disorder after their service at war than before the war.
Additionally, a large number of them recorded increased alcohol abuse in the process. Consequently, most of them spiraled into a depressive state. Hoge et al, The research also found that the number of participants who took part in the survey reported a strong correlation between their Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and the experiences they had to go through.
The following were cited as some of the possible causes of the PTSD by the participants Killing people Having the knowledge that a colleague had been killed Being shot Hoge et al also established a pattern that linked exposure to fire fights with prevalence of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
The latter plotted the number of firefighters that soldiers had been subjected to against the prevalence of post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
It was found that the relationship was linear. Consequently, the two factors are strongly related. The researchers also plotted a graph of rate of PTSD against claims of injuries or being wounded. It was also found that there was a relationship. The amount of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder increased with a state of being wounded or injuries.
It was found that a substantial number of them were not interested in receiving help for their problem. Only thirty eight percent of them asserted that they would seek psychiatric help. Additionally, only twenty eight percent of the respondents asserted that they had sought help.
When asked why they behaved in that manner, they cited stigmatization and lack of access to mental health care. Implications of the research The research found that soldiers from Iraq reported higher cases of post Traumatic Disorder than those ones from Afghanistan.
One possible explanation of this is that the intensity of violence or traumatizing activities was much higher in Iraq than it was in Afghanistan. It was also found that there was a relationship between the existence of injury and prevalence of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
This finding affirms what has been found in other studies concerning wars; that soldiers who have received physical injuries are more likely than those who left unharmed to exhibit PTSD.
Since the research encompassed participants who represented similar demographic traits as the overall population, then it is safe to transfer these findings to the entire population of US soldiers in Iraq. However, the findings in this report are not without fault. They were obtained from soldiers who were not severely deformed as the latter category had been prohibited from taking part in the survey.
Additionally, the research was also limited by the fact that soldiers who had been sent away by the government could not take part in the process. Consequently, the research could not incorporate the opinions of the latter groups.
Hoge et al, Nonetheless, this does not undermine the overall usefulness of this survey. Findings from this research can be considered fairly accurate owing to the fact their measurements were well placed.
For instance, the authors chose an ample time to survey the soldiers. This was four months after their experience in Iraq. Statistics show that most people depict Post Traumatic Stress disorder around three months after the traumatic event has occurred.
Also their findings are reliable because their PSTD measurements before the war concurred with usual occurrences in other populations. They found that only five percent of the soldiers had Post Traumatic Stress Disorder before the war.
This was in line with prevailing rates in the American population. This was a green light that further measurements were being done accurately. The research also found that those soldiers with Post Traumatic Stress disorder refrained from seeking medical assistance due to the fact that they feared stigmatization from other soldiers.
This was even worse for those soldiers who really needed the assistance. This reason was the major force behind low psychiatric assistance for this problem. This implies that certain interventions need to be put in place to curb such fears.
There are a number of ways in which stakeholders can tackle this problem of stigmatization.In , I obtained the first Transpluto ephemeris which was published in Germany by the highly respected astrologer/scientist, Theodor Landscheidt.
In , the A.P.A. finally included post-traumatic stress disorder in the third edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Thirty-five years after acknowledging the problem in its current form, the American military now has the highest PTSD rate in its history—and probably in the world.
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