Autonomic and inflammatory consequences of posttraumatic stress disorder and the link to cardiovascular disease.

@article{Brudey2015AutonomicAI,
  title={Autonomic and inflammatory consequences of posttraumatic stress disorder and the link to cardiovascular disease.},
  author={Chevelle Brudey and Jeanie Park and Jan Wiaderkiewicz and Ihori Kobayashi and Thomas Alan Mellman and Paul J. Marvar},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={309 4},
  pages={R315-21}
}
Stress- and anxiety-related disorders are on the rise in both military and general populations. Over the next decade, it is predicted that treatment of these conditions, in particular, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), along with its associated long-term comorbidities, will challenge the health care system. Multiple organ systems are adversely affected by PTSD, and PTSD is linked to cancer, arthritis, digestive disease, and cardiovascular disease. Evidence for a strong link between PTSD and… CONTINUE READING

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