The overall mental health assessment in recent times is aiding the people to understand where they lie on the overall mental health scale and the effect of major traumas and PTSD is rising. These effects are rising in the military and they have this issue real bad.
The members of military has been seeing a rise in the suicide rates as the PTSD kicks in for the major number of people just accepting that they are out of the war zone and home is what takes months to establish and their progress can be setback just by a word or two with the wrong person which strictly avoids doing the crucial analysis we found the military people are at more risk of suicide. These suicides happen because they have grief or have seen something that has changed the reality and everything that they believe in. Julie Cerel, a professor and licensed psychologist in the UK College of Social Work, who has been awarded a $1.1 million grant, over the next two years, to research the impact of exposure to suicide. The study, which is funded by the Military Suicide Research Consortium, will include surveys and interviews of personnel in the Kentucky Army National Guard. It will also focus on people military-wide who are more likely to have occupational exposure, such as social workers, casualty assistance officers, and chaplains.
The mental wellness trends of the military are changing hugely as the times are developing.
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