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i see an addictions therapist i attend group therapy individual counseling and i see a psychiatrist and take meds for PTSD from combat,schizophrenia and traumatic brain injury. best way to control it is to see someone specialized in treating PTSD and keep talking about what bothers you :)
ive recently been diagnosed with ptsd , i have been given medication my 2nd week on them , i dont feel any different altho i am sleeping a bit better , i am always stressed , altho I do have alot going on with me at the moment . Hope this gets better soon , does it?? does the meds help in the long term??
it's true the pills help regulate my sleep, tinymite1 alot of people don't understand, for years i always wanted someone to know what i was going through going to group therapy i met alot of people that did go through hell also :)
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