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Quit worrying: 4 keys to a cop’s mental and emotional wellbeing

From PoliceOne | June 25, 2014

Environmental and relationship stimuli trigger emotional and chemical responses that can alter our mood, influence the chemistry of our body and brain, and even affect our immune system. For some, the response is momentary, lasting only long enough to avoid or overcome the threat. For others, however, it goes beyond the fight-or-flight response in meeting the threat and sets off obsessive rumination — worry. People who worry too much often view life as overwhelmingly complex, but the solutions to stop worrying are quite simple.

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