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Post-traumatic-stress Disorder Journals

Trauma is a study of caring for patients with musculoskeletal, visceral and multiple injuries causing substantial damage to the psychological development of a person often leading to neurosis. Journal of Trauma & Treatment is an interdisciplinary Open Access forum for exchange of scientific updates between researchers and practitioners. The journal is one of the best open access journals, of scholarly publishing includes a wide range of fields in its discipline to create a platform for the authors to make their contribution towards the journal and the editorial office promises a peer review process for the submitted manuscripts for the quality of publishing. Journal of Trauma and Treatments focused on the areas such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder,Traumatic Brain Injury, Psychological Trauma, Pediatric Trauma, Sports Traumatology, Fractures, Orthopedic Trauma, Dental Trauma. The success of treating PTSD by utilizing conventional pharmaceuticals and psychological therapeutics including CPT and other, has been described by Dr. Hoge as being under 30% in the military populations Hoge . In above quoted study, Dr. Hoge reported a very low compliance rate with conventional treatments as a large part of difficulty treating PTSD patients. The success rate of under 30% is dangerously low considering the acute need for successful treatments. Perhaps the most painful demonstration of urgency for successful PTSD treatments is the spiraling suicide rate. Dr. Kemp assessed suicide rates in United States veterans in the year 2010, by doing a retrospective review. Her findings were grim, approximately 22 veterans have taken their life in 2010, as per Dr. Kemp’s Suicide Data Report, 2012, Department of Veterans Affairs Mental Health Services Suicide Prevention Program . In addition, this data is from 2010 and the suicide rate is continuing to increase. The US army has been actively trying to prevent suicides. In the course of US army search to prevent suicide escalation, it is becoming apparent that the suicide causes are due to multitude of interacting factors—such as job and personal stress, psychiatric conditions, and brain injuries—are contributing to a continuing epidemic of suicide among returning soldiers. Eugene Lipov: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as an Over Activation of Sympathetic Nervous System: An Alternative View
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