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PTSD – sleep disorders/nightmares

You would be surprised to find out that sleep disorders are closely linked to PTSD, snoring, sleep apnoea (the disorder where you hold your breath in ur sleep, or it appears that you have stopped breathing),  sleep walking.  Well ain’t I just “chuffed to rocks” as they say, as I now clearly suffer from all […]


25th June 2017 0

History In The Making – Part 3

British military aviation was developed in 1878 by an officer of the Royal Engineers when he designed and built a balloon with a hydrogen lifting system. The idea had been based upon the use of tethered observation balloons used during the American civil war.  The British government had considered balloons for use in war in […]


25th June 2017 0

History In The Making – Part 2

On 12th June 1982, US President Ronald Reagen stood almost directly in front of the closed-off Brandenburg Gate to give a speech.  Part of his speech included a plea to the General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, when he said ‘Mr Gorbachev, tear down this wall.’ The Berlin Wall had been […]


25th June 2017 0

History In The Making – Part 1

Many of our members have served or know people who have in the armed services and as such will either be directly or indirectly related to Veterans or a Veteran themselves. And through these times of service all veterans have been making history when either directly or indirectly involved in historical events that have happened […]


25th June 2017 0

PTSD – Anxiety/panic attacks

Have you ever been in a situation where you genuinely Fear for your life, or someone close to you.  Have you ever got that nervous about something, that you may have nightmares the night before, you feel your pulse through every artery in your body, hear it in your ears, sweat coming out of everywhere, […]


14th June 2017 0

PTSD OR BI-POLAR

So how does a person get to the point they even think about suicide?  Damn hard question, we all have different triggers, and although these things effect the suicidal person, whatever has happened to them weather it be loss.of a loved one, father, mother, sibling or even a child, ptsd or depression, there are people […]


11th May 2017 0

Suicide

PTSD controls lives, even to the point the torment is so bad we feel the better option is to take our own lives.  There is no sugar coating it, no saying och we felt a bit down so thought about suicide.  Anyone with depression so bad it gets to the point where we believe those […]


10th May 2017 0