Co-Occurring Conditions - PTSD: National Center for PTSD
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PTSD: National Center for PTSD


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Co-Occurring Conditions

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Co-Occurring Conditions

Most people with PTSD—about 80%—have one or more additional mental health diagnoses. They are also at risk for functional impairments, reduced quality of life, and relationship problems. PTSD and trauma are linked to physical health problems as well. These articles explain the connections among PTSD, trauma and co-occurring mental and physical health problems.

Neurocognitive Problems

Substance Abuse


Physical Problems

Anger and Violence


  • Sleep Problems in Veterans with PTSD
    Provides information on the prevalence of sleep problems that are common with PTSD and reviews best practices for treatment, including cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I).

Moral Injury

  • Moral Injury in the Context of War
    Describes moral injury and its aftermath in the context of war, including a discussion of the relationship between moral injury and PTSD and treatment implications.

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