Your emotions can cycle between feeling really up and feeling really down. When you are up you may have difficulty sleeping, feel more irritable or anxious, and have racing thoughts that interfere with your ability to complete anything. When you are down, you may have little energy. You may feel tearful, irritable, hopeless or worthless.CONTINUE READING
The causes of back pain can vary. Back pain can be the result of degenerative arthritis caused by an aging back, a herniated or ruptured disc, scoliosis, stenosis, osteoporosis, or nerve damage.CONTINUE READING
Anxiety can cause you to live in fear. You can become too anxious to deal with looming deadlines, stress, or people. You may have panic attacks you cannot control. You may fear being judged by others. You can become fearful of leaving your home.CONTINUE READING
Head injuries and the after effects of a head injury can be devastating for a veteran. Soldiers are far more likely to experience a head injury than any other class of individuals. The most common reason for a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is from an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) or from a fall. Combat veterans are far more susceptible to having a head injury than any other soldier.CONTINUE READING
You may feel detached from others, have high anxiety, have trouble handling your depression or anger, have trouble holding down a job and have become more and more isolated from the ones that you love. You may also experience physical symptoms such as weight loss or gain, gastrointestinal problems and chronic pain.CONTINUE READING
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