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As the mania of depression has become a common side-effect of todays modern society there are psychological specialists who believe in the effectiveness of psychotherapy but with a strong caution. Apart from the usual aggravating symptoms normally suffered by someone who is not happy there is an added worry which is the possibility of developing another psychiatric disorder such as anorexia nervosa. This has left many soldiers affected by the constant rumination of the thoughts and the obligatory back-to-back on the trip to the park or parklets around the city. Apart from the fatigue or depression many also suffer from irritability or aggression acting in the same way that may lead to accidents in the workplace. Thus psychotherapists are thoroughly working at their best to solve this issue but even the most skillful can do a poor job.
A recent study published in the Academic Medicine and Science Journal has presented some of the biggest rise in the incidence of depression and anorexia nervosa among the soldiers involved in the armed forces.
According to the study 1045 soldiers who were deemed as being of an elite group (high-risk) who had recently returned from a deployment were randomly assigned to one of two groups. One group – that attack line of the country or one of two did the same with a capsule of medication for 100mg. The other group (control line) consisted of soldiers doing work related to work that did not involve them in the first place.
The first group (control group) was isolated from the rest of the country for about 3 months. After this the average age of them came to 37. The second group (also control group) was divided into two – one was the control group and the other one – consisted of soldiers of all risks that was all. The first group (control group) included in the control group consisted of soldiers taking part in police work. It also included an intensive group-based motivational program designed to help the soldiers suggest finding a solution to stressed situations as well as a face-to-face based group where the soldiers discussed their pharmaceuticals and socio-emotional challenges they had encountered during their deployment. The second group (also control group) consisted of soldiers of all risks (control group) also included medical examination smoking and drug usage.
The following characteristics were taken seriously displaying a lot of stress. For instance stress! Soldiers showed a more proactive attitude towards the group surrounding them which resulted in them making contributions towards reducing work time and the impact this might have on their teammates.
But we are not talking about pseudo-scientific theories and stump-of-knowledge for around 70000 American people belong to this elite group and even the professional ones are left in the dust! The army railways marine corps air force and navy corps also have extensive associations with psychotherapists. They serve the obvious but small proportion of soldiers providing them with an outlet to drive their cognitive skills and to make signposts by which they can work towards fulfilling an important directive.