The resultsolice Officers May be risk for PTSDOften stress-related illnesses are for people working linked in the firing line. Out in a study by Dr. Charles Marmar, professor and chair of the department of Psychiatry at the NYU Langone Medical Center in collaboration with the San Francisco VA Medical Center and the University of California, San Francisco, researchers examined police recruits during academy training before critical Incident exposure. They provided the recruits with salivary cortisol at first awakening and after 30 minutes. According to the results of the study were recruits with the greatest increase in the stress hormone cortisol after waking rather display acute stress symptoms in response trauma years later as police officers..

‘This research is just the tip of the iceberg, we need further studies to determine if early identification of these risk factors, intervention, which could contribute to or minimize will cause long-term effects of exposure to trauma.More than 1000 overlook the operating levels, Japan.

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