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SSRI maintenance therapy has shown a substantial and consistent effect in PTSD by preventing relapse and has demonstrated value in long-term PTSD management. Despite all of this, some family members and friends may not be able to offer you the support that you would like. Lanius RA, Vermetten E, Loewenstein RJ, Brand B, Schmahl C, Bremner JD, et al. However, while PTSD symptoms improved, they did not resolve for most subjects receiving prazosin [254]. It is estimated that up to 1 in 10 people may develop PTSD at some stage in life.

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