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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Symptoms Limping and muscle contractions in the legs and arms.(SHELL SHOCK, 2004) Anxiety, nightmares (Bourke, 2011), and depression. (SHELL SHOCK, 2004) Hysterical tics, sight lost, and impaired hearing.(Bourke, 2011) Heart palpitations(SHELL SHOCK, 2004) There were 700,000 men in the British Army and within the 700,000 men, only 80,000 were reported with Shell Shock. (Bourke, 2011) By the end of WWI, 20,000 out of the 80,000 men were still reported with Shell Shock. (SHELL SHOCK, 2004) By the end of WWI,there were about 20 lunatic asylums, private mental institutions and disused spas in the U.K.(SHELL SHOCK, 2004) There were treatments for Shell Shock which some included: shaming,electric shock, and manymore. (Simkin, 2014) Today, Shell Shock is known as PTSD or PosttraumaticStress Disorder. (SHELL SHOCK, 2004) References: BBC. (2004, March 03). SHELL SHOCK. Retrieved from, J. (2011, March 10). Shell Shock during World War One. Retrieved from, J. (August 2014). Medical Treatment of Shellshock. Retrieved from illustration of a Building and Barracks at Veterinary Hospital No 9 France WW1) Retrieved November 20, 2014 from illustration of Doctors and staff in a patients' room). Retrieved November 20, 2014 from (Untitled illustration of a Studio photograph of a First World War soldier in uniform) Retrieved November 21, 2014 from (Untitled illustration of a WW1 Teenage Soldier). Retrieved November 21, 2014 from (, November 21, 2014) (,November 20, 2014) (, November 20, 2014) (http//, November 20, 2014) The Damaging Effects of Shell Shock 60,000 men that weren't effect after WWI 20,000 menthat were effectedafter WWI 620,000 men that didn't have ShellShock 80,000 men that had Shell Shock
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