A Review of the Scientific Literature As It Pertains to Gulf by Grant N. Marshall

By Grant N. Marshall

Experiences that tension can produce myriad well-being results, and those results can take place themselves as signs and prerequisites just like those who veterans file.

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Non-Gulf War-relatedscientific literature concerning the link between stress and health problems; we reviewed more than 250 articles, books, and technical reports examining laboratory and field-research studies available data concerning stresses faced by personnel deployed to the Persian Gulf; we assessed approximately 55 studies that attempted to measure veterans' exposure to stress by means of in-theater psychiatric evaluations or surveys conducted in-theater or following the war empirical studies bearing directly on the link between stress and health problems experienced by Gulf War veterans; we examined approximately 60 articles and technical reports.

RAND's publications do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of its research sponsors. © Copyright 1999 RAND All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form by any electronic or mechanical means (including photocopying, recording, or information storage and retrieval) without permission in writing from RAND. O. C. org Stress Titles in the Gulf War Illnesses series Volume 1 Infectious Diseases LEE H. HILBORNE AND BEATRICE ALEXANDRA GOLOMB Volume 2 Pyridostigmine Bromide BEATRICE ALEXANDRA GOLOMB Volume 3 Immunizations BEATRICE ALEXANDRA GOLOMB Volume 4 Stress GRANT MARSHALL, LOIS DAVIS, AND CATHY SHERBOURNE, WITH ASSISTANCE FROM DAVID FOY, LISA JAYCOX, AND LESLIE MORLAND Volume 5 Chemical and Biological Warfare Agents WILLIAM S.

1 shows the wide array of symptoms that have been reported by Gulf War veterans in both clinical programs. , headache) to more serious conditions. , sleep problems are symptomatic of sleep apnea, fibromyalgia, depression, and other medical conditions), and frequently lack a clear-cut organic explanation. They may be attributed to either physiological or psychological conditions, or to a combination of both. Psychiatric and physical illnesses are not mutually exclusive and frequently coexist (Engel and Katon, 1996).

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