Tag Archives: military

Q&A: PTSD, Psychological Trauma and Head Injuries

Are there effective treatments upcoming for PTSD? What percentage of military personnel suffer from PTSD? Morten Kringelbach and Alexander Wieck Fjaeldstad answer audience questions. Subscribe for regular science videos: — A very special thank you to our Patreon supporters who help make these videos happen, especially: Alessandro Mecca, Ashok Bommisetti, Avrahaim Chein, bestape, Elizabeth Greasley,… Read More »

PTSD, Psychological Trauma and Head Injuries

Neuroscientist Morten Kringelbach discusses radical new brain imaging technology, and army doctor Alexander Wieck Fjaeldstad describes how smells trigger memories to reveal what is going on inside the brains of people affected by psychological trauma, head injury and PTSD. Subscribe for regular science videos: Morten Kringelbach’s research goal is to reverse-engineer the human brain and… Read More »

PTSD Awareness Video

Following the extended military actions in the middle east, a lot of media attention has gone to the care of our service men and women returning home with life-altering injuries. This is a major step for our society, but the invisible wounds of war need treatment as well, and that’s why the Camaraderie Foundation was… Read More »

7 Tips to Stop Hypervigilence from PTSD

Hypervigilance is extreme or excessive vigilance : the state of being highly or abnormally alert to potential danger or threat. This can be caused by PTSD, anxiety or even paranoia (associated with another mental illness). It can cause us to be extremely sensitive to our surroundings, and even perceive dangers that are not real (ie.… Read More »