Many individuals in the world suffer from stress. The United States military is no exception. In fact, many war fighters return from theater with combat stress symptoms. Sadly, they often worry about becoming stigmatized if they seek professional help. Fortunately, the new generation of war fighters seems to be very technologically-driven. Therefore, a new promising and less stigmatized way to reach out to service members could be via VR. The purpose of this article is to briefly discuss combat stress and how the virtual reality, along with biofeedback, may be use to help war fighters.
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