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what is the psycological impact of war on soldier?





baboosaa
The impact in any thing can never be measured by exact amount directly or without any factor being forgotten to be taken under consideration or neglected because of its quantum amount. Mathematics is exact and the number are too certain to tell us any thing up to required decimal places. But how can we measure something that deals with neurons? Is the number of affected neurons going to tell us how badly is a person affected by war? Well physically YES but humans have thoughts, their social environment, sub-concious mind and concious part of brain and they can't be told just by counting persons with injury that is visible only.

A soldier has responsibility to his country and to himself and to his family by how is that related to his psycological development.
That is because those are the element that make his enivironment in which he lives. Any impact on these element starts to act as stimulant to the brain and when something unexpected happens all of a sudden then the reaction becomes unpredictable. That starts psycological impact. But PTS is not always the impact on soldier.
standready
Waiting for Ocalhoun's comments on this.
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