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While on job what restrictions should I follow as I am suffering from both PTSD and stomach ulcer ?

I have a stomach ulcer and have been off work for 4weeks per dr s orders i am applying for disability for PTSD and anxiety as well but I can t not work until approved. what work restrictions would i have if its an active job and always on feet.? I am on alot of medication now for my PTSD and ulcer but need to return to work because i am a manager and maybe i won t work full time but i should return. but i would like to know my restrictions...
Asked On : Tue, 24 May 2011
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Hi,Jessica L Orban,
Welcome to health care magic,
Stomach ulcer has got relation with mental stress and as a manager you must have so while on work take less mental strain and relax.
Be strict in diet and do not forget to have something while on work.
Take less amount but go for frequent diet.
Avoid fried,chillies diet,Avoid junk food as you have to take very often while on work.
O k and bye.
Answered: Tue, 24 May 2011
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