... situations such as being around too many people, walking in open areas. I know they will say i have PTSD since I deployed to Afghanistan before but I just want to see if anyone has any foresight
Hello,JK. The PTSD needs to be addressed. Anxiety is part of that. You may receive a variety of meds depending upon the severity of your symptoms and how you are doing with therapy to help with the PTSD.
Anti depressants and probably a benzoate like Xanax or such would be given. You are not alone and there are many on this sight who are dealing with the same as you. The most important part is dealing with a therapist trained in PTSD. You can and will get better.
And thanks for your service in Afghanistan. We appreciate your sacrifice. I wish you wellness soon. Karen
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