Mental health issues are often the first to strike when dealing with PTSD and are often associated with a wide range of other symptoms, from irritability and mood swings to panic attacks and obsessive thoughts.
But the most common way people cope with PTSD is to use alcohol.
The mental health benefits of drinking are clear, and the risks of drinking, particularly in combination with anxiety and depression, are well documented.
In this guide, we’ll explore how to get help for PTSD.
But there are still many more issues to consider when it comes to managing your symptoms, such as the underlying causes of PTSD, as well as what to do when your symptoms are worsening.
The guide will help you explore the different types of support that you need and will help ensure you don’t end up with an alcohol problem.
To help you keep track of all the support you need, we’ve included a brief guide to what supports are available and how to access them.
There are also additional resources that you might want to read about.
For example, you might be surprised to learn that there is support for mental health disorders for men and women.
This is because of the impact that sexual abuse has on the mental health of men, as this has been shown to have a long-lasting impact on their health.
And, as with other forms of trauma, men can also suffer from PTSD.
To find out more about mental health issues for men, visit Mens Health.
To learn more about sexual abuse, visit Men’s Rights Australia.
The links below will take you to specific resources that are specific to you.
The Mental Health Council of Victoria has more information about PTSD.
You can also find support for specific types of PTSD in the Mental Health Guide to Men.