PTSD and Blast Injury in Adults and Veterans

PTSD and Blast Injury in Adults and Veterans

Information on PTSD, blast injury and traumatic brain injury

Civilians, service members and veterans can be affected by Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). These tip cards describe the symptoms and effects of post traumatic stress disorder and the effects on individuals and the family.

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Blast Injury, TBI, PTSD: What’s the difference?

Many veterans and service members exposed to blasts in Iraq or Afghanistan have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injury or TBI and PTSD. This tip card helps survivors, families and caregivers understand why blasts cause so many injuries, how trauma damages the brain, and the symptoms of TBI and PTSD.

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Suicide: In military personnel and veterans

Suicide among veterans of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan is preventable. Many service members are having difficulty adjusting as they return to duty, come home, rejoin their families, go back to work, and resume their lives. Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, traumatic brain injury (TBI), and chronic pain increase the risks of suicide. This tip card for veterans and family members describes the warning signs of suicide, identifies the risks among service members, and discusses how and when to find help to prevent suicide.

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD

A tip card for clinicians, families, survivors and veterans describes the causes, signs, symptoms and effects of Blast Injury and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. PTSD is often seen in service members and veterans exposed to blast injuries but can also occur in civilians hurt in car crashes, natural disasters and other life threatening events.

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PTSD and Parenting: Helping your children understand

This tip card helps veterans, parents and professionals recognize and understand the symptoms of PTSD and how it affects the emotions of children in the family. It gives tips on how to support these children and help them understand and cope with changes in family dynamics and parental relationships
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Concussion in Adults

Concussion is a mild brain injury but it is not a minor condition as it is caused by trauma to the brain. This tip card describes the early and late symptoms of concussion including physical, cognitive, sensory, social, communicative and behavioral signs. This tip card includes an 8 week checklist to monitor symptoms and track recovery.
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Post Traumatic Headache

Post traumatic headache is a common complaint and symptom after head trauma or brain injury. This tip card explains various causes and types of headaches after a concussion, traumatic brain injury, head trauma or neck injury. It discusses options for treatment with tips for talking with your doctor about headaches after trauma.
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Sleep after Brain Injury

Sleep disorders after brain injury are common. Sleep patterns can change after a brain injury or TBI, such as trouble falling and staying asleep, waking up too early in the morning and not being able to fall back to sleep. Post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD can make sleep disorders even more difficult for survivors and family. This tip card helps all survivors with sleep disorders understand the causes, symptoms and available treatments. It includes tips and strategies for coping with sleep disorders.
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