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Fireworks can trigger panic attacks for combat veterans and sold – WTVM.com-Columbus, GA News Weather & Sports
When fireworks or other loud noises are unexpected, it can trigger panic attack for those struggling with PTSD.” Strunk said it’s important for people who have neighbors that have served in combat to let them know ahead of time when they will be lighting fireworks. “It’s a nice thing to do for your servicemen,” Strunk said. “Just to let them know ahead of time, so they can prepare themselves. PTSD can cause unpleasant memories and fear. Or it might help some of our veterans with PTSD celebrate their Fourth of July by going to the mountains or somewhere quiet with their loved ones.” Rhodes agrees that unexpected noises trigger his PTSD symptoms. “It can be unexpected fireworks or someone blowing their horn at you,” Rhodes said.
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