This study focused on anxiety disorders in military spouses and their comorbidity with physical health, identifying the potential for such a comorbidity to worsen over time. The study suggests the importance of recognizing, identifying, and supporting these members of the community. The future research proposed includes objectively measuring this study's outcomes, examining ALL of the military branches, and ways of treating these situations of anxiety disorders.
Fields, J. A., Nichols, L. O., Martindale-Adams, J., Zuber, J., & Graney, M. (2012). Anxiety, social support, and physical health in a sample of spouses of OEF/OIF service members. Military Medicine, 177(12), 1492–1497. https://doi.org/10.7205/milmed-d-12-00036
Medicine and Health Sciences | Mental Disorders | Military and Veterans Studies | Psychiatry and Psychology | Psychological Phenomena and Processes | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Military families, Veterans, Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom (OEF/OIF), Spouses, Social support, Anxiety disorders, Health
Operation Enduring Freedom, 2001-; Iraq War, 2003-2011; Veterans; Military spouses; Anxiety disorders
Government and Community Services; Military Families
Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University
Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University, "Research Brief: "Anxiety, Social Support, and Physical Health in a Sample of Spouses of OEF/OIF Service Members"" (2013). Institute for Veterans and Military Families. 385.
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