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How Sleep The Brave, 2018 Documentary. Dir. by Andy Wiseman and Xiye Fu. El Toro Media UK.

In How Sleep the Brave? The filmmakers take an unflinching look at Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) within the UK Armed Forces community. The film reveals how many ex-service personnel fail to get the help they desperately need and how, if untreated, the struggle can end with depression, addiction or even suicide. Source: Youtube

America’s Deported Veterans: La Frontera

There are soldiers and marines that have served the United States even though they were not born in the country. Some of them entered the US by crossing the border illegally, but after being promised citizenship in exchange for their service, they enlisted. Some of them have risked their lives on the front lines in… Read More »

PTSD in Older Veterans

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a common condition in Veterans. Seemingly benign triggers can exacerbate the symptoms of PTSD. In the presence of age related changes, these triggers can present in unusual and difficult to interpret ways. The video was created to help caregivers of older Veterans with PTSD understand the triggers and address the… Read More »

ANXIETY | DEPRESSION | PTSD | MY STORY

Hey y’all , thank you so much for visiting our channel. We are a military family. We love family time and having fun together. We started our youtube Channel in hopes to have a support group for our struggles with our infertility issues. Our channel has all sorts of content, from makeup to challenges. We… Read More »

PTSD: Healing and Hope

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is becoming a major health concern as more of our military men and women return from war zones overseas. Studies indicate that as many as one in five service members returning from Iraq or Afghanistan suffers from major depression or combat stress. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder isn’t just limited to those… Read More »

Amazing Humans – British Soldiers Using Scuba Diving to Treat PTSD

Chris is a soldier who lost both legs in an explosion in Afghanistan at age 20. Back home in the UK, he suffered from PTSD, and found physical and mental relief through scuba diving. Now, Chris is helping other people suffering from PTSD through Deptherapy. Source: Youtube