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Having a smaller inferior frontal cortex has been linked, in young adults, to an increased likelihood of suffering from anxiety, and giving a negative...
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Having generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is three times more common in adults who have migraines compared to those without migraines. GAD is characte...
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There is a close connection between our ability to imagine, and our emotions. This is why images from traumatic events can be so troubling. In cogniti...
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A well-designed clinical trial sponsored by the National institutes of Health concluded that mindfulness meditation effectively diminishes anxiety. Mo...
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For some time, the pairing of cognitive therapy and medication has been a standard treatment regimen for social anxiety disorder. Now, a study complet...
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Research suggests that repeated stress leads to an excess of white blood cells in the spleen, and these white blood cells can send behavior altering m...
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A study out of Stanford University Medical Center indicates trauma affects the brains of teenage males and females differently. Brain scans reveal tha...
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Social anxiety occurs when interaction with others triggers intense self-consciousness, worries of being negatively evaluated, and feelings of inadequ...
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Women, and young people of both genders, are those most likely to experience problematic anxiety, according to recent research. Anxiety disorders, cha...
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Researchers find new information about people with PTSD and fear. According to researchers at The Saban Research Institute of Children's Hospital Los...

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