New guidelines for post-traumatic stress disorder

New guidelines for post-traumatic stress disorder discourage using benzodiazepines and encourage treating acute pain aggressively.

PTSD is a problem for many people after an assault, rape, disaster, military action, or other trauma.

Psychotherapy and an SSRI or SNRI antidepressant are first-line.

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