You may have already heard a bit about PTSD on the news. Lately, weâ€™ve been hearing more and more about it in the media because itâ€™s affecting war veterans at alarming rates. However, PTSD is not exactly a â€œnewâ€ disease. Weâ€™ve called it different things throughout history from soldierâ€™s heart, to shell shock, to war neurosis. In fact, weâ€™ve found evidence of PTSD happening as early as 440 BC in an account of the battle of Marathon written by Herodotus. Since 1980, weâ€™ve been calling this mental illness Post Traumatic Stress Disorder because many different traumas can cause it, not just battle trauma.
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