Question: What does an ACE score of 1 mean?

If the ACE score is 1-3 without ACE-Associated Health Conditions, the patient is at “intermediate risk” for toxic stress. If the ACE score is 1-3 and the patient has at least one ACE-associated condition, or if the ACE score is 4 or higher, the patient is at “high risk” for toxic stress.

How many people have an ACE score of 1?

The ACE Study revealed six main discoveries: ACEs are common… nearly two-thirds (64%) of adults have at least one. They cause adult onset of chronic disease, such as cancer and heart disease, as well as mental illness, violence and being a victim of violence.

What percent of the population has at least 1 ACE score?

First, ACEs are incredibly common – 67 percent of the study population revealed at least one ACE and 12.6 percent of the population had four or more ACEs.

Who is most at risk for ACEs?

ACEs are common and the effects can add up over time. Females and several racial/ethnic minority groups were at greater risk for experiencing 4 or more ACEs. Many people do not realize that exposure to ACEs is associated with increased risk for health problems across the lifespan.

What is an ACE score of 5?

The chart shows the consequences of a score of 4 or more. From this score the likelihood of chronic pulmonary lung disease increases 390%; hepatitis, 240 %; depression 460 %; and attempted suicide, 1,220 %....What does your ACE score mean?Having a serious problem workingACE SCORE OF 05%ACE SCORE OF 415%INCREASED RISKtripled5 more columns

How do you treat high ACE score?

Here are eight steps to try:Take the ACE questionnaire. Begin writing to heal. Practice mindfulness meditation. Yoga. Therapy. EEG neurofeedback. EMDR therapy. Rally community healing.Sep 18, 2016

What does an ACE score of 5 mean?

Adverse Childhood Experience ACE score of 5 or more. Subscribe. The higher your ACE score the higher your statistical chance of suffering from a range of psychological and medical problems like chronic depression, cancer, or coronary heart disease.

How can I reduce my ACEs?

Strategies to help reduce ACEs in families include promoting safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments for children and families; emphasis on early prevention; and strengthening economic supports for families, such as earned income tax credits and family-friendly work policies.

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