This research paper is a study which analyzes a common mental illness amongst military service members and their families; post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Wangelin and Tuerk (2014), mentioned that treating military-related post-traumatic stress disorder was a major public healthcare concern. Since rate of PTSD among military personnel have increased over the years, it has been an essential need to improve PTSD-related knowledge as well as to nurture actions to aid military service members and their family with their symptoms. This study was initiated by Roy, Taylor, Runge, Grigsby, Woolley, and Torgeson (2012), examining web-based methods to assist the increasing number of PTSD patients to figure out their symptoms so that they can get treatment with more efficiency and know what they are going through. The paper further examines Roy et al.’s studies providing methods, results and conclusion based on their research on the sample number of patients they managed to accumulate.
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Post-traumatic Stress Disorder also known as PTSD, can be defined as an anxiety problem that develops in some individuals after extremely traumatic events, such as combat, crime, accidents, or sexual abuse which includes rape. Stress and trauma are the most common causes of post-traumatic stress disorder which could leave a casualty with a long-lasting negative effect. Douglas Bernstein and his peers have defined PTSD as a pattern of adverse…