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Posted: Wednesday, February 12, 2014 7:00 am | Updated: 6:27 pm, Thu Mar 6, 2014.

Life — for even the healthiest individuals — can sometimes throw a dramatic curveball. A traumatic event can profoundly change a person’s health. It could come in the form of a violent attack, a vehicle crash, a home fire or a wartime experience. These folks may receive immediate medical attention, yet many continue to suffer for years.

Recurring nightmares, sudden flashbacks, panic attacks and a myriad of other anxiety and depression symptoms could indicate that the individual suffers from PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder).

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