Vietnam Veteran treats PTSD with nudity.
Vietnam War veteran Max Sanchez struggles with controlling issues stemming from post-traumatic stress.
As an Army second lieutenant, he volunteered to go to Vietnam, where he served from 1968 to 1969, first with 1st Infantry Division and later with Military Assistance Command, Vietnam.
Now Sanchez doesn’t go out much because if he gets into a confrontation, he fears he might become violent. His relationship with family members has suffered because he can get combative during arguments.
So in addition to seeing a psychologist, he is pursuing an unconventional technique to treat post-traumatic stress: nudity.
Thank you for your service sir.
I AGREE WITH, AND FULLY SUPPORT THIS KIND OF THERAPY FOR OUR RETURNING WARRIORS.