He found that subjects under acute stress developed symptoms of post-traumatic and often expressed a dissociative state, rather than one of hypervigilance. The most important clinical applications, the researchers found that symptoms produce a measurable effect – a neuromarker – which can be used to predict who are the people most at risk of developing chronic PTSD after a traumatic event.Using imaging techniques, fMRI and others, Professor Haim Bar has studied the neural mechanisms associated with anxiety disorders and how people react to stress cognitive impairment. He also studied how to deal with the threats they are subjected to severe stress. Previous studies, both at the University of Tel Aviv and through the National Institutes of Health, examined the neural factors, genetic and molecular treatment-related threats in the brain, and these bars have given the Professor Haim and his team a context of deduce what happens in the brain when behavioral data on acute stress situations is collected.
Prof. Bar Haim says this is the first study in the scientific literature to describe real-time effects of war-related stress on its victims. In previous literature, scientists believed that people under stress are more sensitive to threats, rather than retreat. And ‘A review of the fundamentals of stress PTSD model, he said.
Even if conducted on the battlefields of the Middle East, Prof. Haim Bar in research has a direct impact on U.S. soldiers. The U.S. Our study is important because it is the first to show the effects of war-related acute stress in real time. But it also has important implications for the understanding of other known PTSD triggers, such as road accidents or rape of an engine.
Prof. Bar Haim said that the treatment of anxiety disorders is not an easy task. But he hopes that his work in the field, along with imaging technologies and software, will lead to more effective ways to treat victims of anxiety and PTSD so that they can live normal and healthy.
In the recent study looked at the Israelis near the shooting, near the border with Gaza, where he had lived with the daily stress of threats of rockets for eight years. The threat became more severe during the war. While his test subjects complete various computer tasks to test behavior, Dr. Bar Haim monitored in-depth process, levels not seen in the brain.
Prof. Haim Bar is conducting a study of Israeli soldiers to investigate the potential use of computer-based tasks to change the system of money laundering and patient care. and Israel. It will soon be tested in IDF veterans with PTSD.