• Dean Scoville

Police and PTSD - There is Hope

From the online magazine: Police - The Law Enforcement Magazine - Community for Cops, published February 22, 2013, Dean Scoville writes about how PTSD was thought to only affect war veterans, but is now known to be common among first responders - Police, Firefighters, EMT's.

PTSD is one of the illnesses/diseases directly related to low glutathione levels. Stress is one of the major reasons for low glutathione levels - poor eating habits, lack of sleep also contribute. Glutathione plays a key role in both brain health and immune health.

Vara's Setria Glutathione has been proven to raise the body's glutathione levels. Glutathione combats the free radicals produced by stress. Vara also contains essential vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients, so the body can perform at its peak every day. The addition of Vara can be the first responders' first line of defense to maintain their health, so they can not only take care of themselves, they can do what they love to do - take care of others.

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