By Grant N. Marshall
Stories that pressure can produce myriad wellbeing and fitness results, and those results can appear themselves as indicators and stipulations just like those who veterans record.
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Psychiatric and physical illnesses are not mutually exclusive and frequently coexist (Engel and Katon, 1996). 2 shows the most common diagnoses assigned to veterans in the CCEP and VA Registry. 1 Ten Most Common Symptoms Reported by Program Participants (Percent) CCEP (N=18,075) VA Registry (N=52,216) Reported Symptom Chief (percent) Any of top seven (percent) Any of top three (percent) Asymptomatic101012Joint pain114917Fatigue104720Headache73918Memory loss43414Sleep disturbance2326Rash/dermatitis73118Difficulty concentrating<127NADepression123NAMuscle pain121a SOURCE: PAC, 1996.
S. forces continued. S. , p. xxix, 1996). The result was the destruction of the fleeing Iraqi soldiers and of every Iraqi vehicle, including 185 tanks and armored vehicles, 400 trucks, and 34 artillery pieces. S. forces withdrew from the Persian Gulf even more rapidly than they had been initially deployed. S. service members who had participated in the ground war itself had left the region, replaced by peacekeeping forces. S. S. forces. S. military personnel reported health symptoms or problems, many of which were attributed by veterans to their deployment to the Persian Gulf.
Pyridostigmine bromide) or vaccines, infectious diseases, and psychological stress. , stress, on health. The report also summarizes what is known concerning exposure to stressful experiences in the Persian Gulf and evaluates the literature on the relationship between stress exposure and health problems experienced by veterans of the Persian Gulf War. This report does not address, in detail, the historical literature on the role of stressful wartime experiences on morbidity. A detailed discussion of this topic is provided in a companion report by Marlowe (forthcoming).
A Review of the Scientific Literature As It Pertains to Gulf War Illnesses, Volume 4: Stress (Gulf War Illnesses Series) by Grant N. Marshall