How to handle a military veteran with PTSD: Take care of your body

A military veteran who suffers from PTSD and who is experiencing difficulty eating, sleeping, or sleeping is not at a risk of getting a psychiatric diagnosis, a military hospital official said Tuesday.

The official told Fox News that the Pentagon is reviewing how it handles a veteran who has been hospitalized for several days and who was found to be suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

The Pentagon’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner’s Office will conduct a clinical review and make recommendations to the Department of Defense, the official said.

“I can’t speak to the individual’s specific medical conditions, but the department is evaluating the care the individual is receiving and how it might be handled,” the official added.

PTSD is a condition that can affect a person’s ability to think, feel, and act.

It is also a psychological disorder that causes a person to have intense and persistent emotions and distress.

A medical emergency is when the military takes the necessary steps to stabilize a person and to prevent further harm to others.

The Pentagon has also been investigating possible health care failures that could have contributed to the patient’s mental health issues, according to the official.

In some cases, patients may have been diagnosed with PTSD as a result of military service, the military official said, adding that the Department has taken steps to improve communication and prevention efforts between the military and veterans.

The Department of Veterans Affairs has begun a pilot program in which it screens for the condition among new patients, as well as through in-person counseling sessions with mental health professionals.

The military has been monitoring patients for PTSD since September, and the Pentagon’s Medical Evaluation and Review Board is conducting periodic reviews of its own.

After a mental health professional has determined a patient is not likely to re-enter the military after experiencing symptoms, the individual may be referred to a mental healthcare facility, the medical official said at the time.

However, the Pentagon has been cautious about providing military veterans with military-specific services or resources because the Pentagon considers them to be part of the service.