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LEBANON-BLAST/ANNIVERSARY-MENTAL HEALTH
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July 26, 2021 
Anwar Ramadan, 30, poses in a coffee shop that was damaged when she was there during last year's Beirut... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
The mental health toll of Beirut's blast on those who lived through it 
Anwar Ramadan, 30, poses in a coffee shop that was damaged when she was there during last year's Beirut port blast, in Beirut, Lebanon July 26, 2021. "My ears popped, that's why I was feeling dizzy most of the time and I wasn't hearing very well. I'm still treating my ears but they are not healing. There is pain all the time, my head feeling like it is going to burst. The amount of trauma we are in makes you think that it happened yesterday... There is anger when you feel that you are worth nothing in this country... Ever since the 4th of August, I am on alert; I feel like all my brain functions are on simultaneously because in addition to the lack of the sense of security, you should always be aware, if something happens, and in control... I don't know when I'm going to feel good again or when I'll be able to sleep like a normal person like I use to." Anwar said. Picture taken July 26, 2021. REUTERS/Emilie Madi 
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