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Around 8 million adults experience PTSD each year in the U.S. Here’s what you need to know.

Reviewed by Susan Ansorge, PhD | Psychology

Post-traumatic stress disorder affects not only those suffering, but also partners and family.

Studies have found correlation between PTSD and ED, so coping with one may help with the other.

Post-traumatic stress disorder is a serious and sometimes misunderstood condition.

Post-traumatic stress disorder can upend life for patients and those who love them.

Flashbacks, guilt, fear and avoidance can all be signs telling you to seek a doctor's diagnosis.

Finding the right PTSD treatment can restore your sleep cycle and help rein in your symptoms.

Reducing anxiety is critical in PTSD treatment, and there are countless ways to get started.

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