Introduction to ACEs and toxic stress

The impact of our relationships and experiences, even during childhood, can significantly influence our overall health and well-being. Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) refer to potentially traumatic events that occur before the age of 18. These experiences have been found to be strongly associated with chronic health issues, mental health disorders, and substance abuse problems in both adolescence and adulthood. Furthermore, ACEs can have a detrimental effect on education, job prospects, and income potential. However, it is crucial to note that ACEs can be prevented.

ACEs are surprisingly common, affecting a significant portion of the population. According to a survey conducted across 25 states, approximately 61% of adults reported experiencing at least one type of ACE before the age of 18. Alarmingly, nearly 1 in 6 individuals reported experiencing four or more types of ACEs.

ACE Treatment Solutions included in this Mind-Body Healing discussion about adverse childhood experiences and the impact years and decades later with Vincent Felitti, MD and Brian Alman, PhD. 

True Sage’s Value True Sage is MD recommended and was developed alongside the ACE Study with Dr. Felitti and Dr. Alman.

Enjoy This Fireside Chat: 
Cause and Treatment of Toxic Stress through the Lens of ACEs, Inner Resilience, Trauma Recovery, and Healing

From The Inventor of the Cell Phone:
Here’s a story of an influencer that did one-on-one training and is one of the most important inventors of our lifetime; Marty Cooper Inventor of the cell phone.  He tells you why he is a happier and healthier person because of his collaboration with Dr. Brian Alman. 

From a recent conversation: 
Vincent J Felitti MD with Brian Alman PhD Discussing Adverse Childhood Experiences. 

To assess and measure ACEs, a standardized questionnaire called the ACEs questionnaire or ACEs survey is typically utilized. This tool enables researchers and professionals to gather valuable information about an individual’s childhood experiences and their potential long-term effects.

Fill in the questionnaire below:

Adverse Childhood Experience Questionnaire for Adults