while alcohol may provide temporary relief from specific symptoms, persistent use of alcohol may impact the body in ways that increase the risk of developing an anxiety disorder
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cognitive behavioral therapy has shown strong evidence in supporting suicide prevention
Gun Violence Briefing Book
Gun Violence: a briefing book for journalists to help put guns and violence in context and provide an overview of how CBT might help to combat those elements that promote violence and sooth the effects of the trauma witnessed upon others.
Suicide Briefing Book
Suicide Briefing Book: A resource for the media and lay people looking to better understand, write about, or talk about suicide.
Military Veterans Mental Health
Though military personnel and veterans can experience the full range of mental health conditions, research suggests they are more likely to be diagnosed with mood and anxiety disorders, including depression, panic, and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), as well as anger-related disorders.
Suicides among military personnel have been steadily rising during the past ten years, with suicide now being the second-leading cause of death among military personnel.
Military Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
PTSD is a stress-related disorder that develops after a traumatic experience.