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High activity in the brain region responsible for complex thinking and problem-solving may prevent at-risk individuals from developing anxiety, accord...
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For a British study on bullying researchers gathered information from a survey of identical, and non-identical twins. Studying twins allowed the inves...
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Scientists are learning more about the relationship between our gut bacteria (microbiome) and anxiety. Recently, some researchers at the University Co...
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When specific areas of the brain are stimulated magnetically, unlearning fears becomes easier, according to researchers at the Wurzburg University Hos...
Having anxiety about whether a special someone actually loves us may spell trouble for the longevity of the relationship. Many individuals feel anxiou...
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A recent retrospective study showed Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) provided substantial relief from anxiety and depression symptoms among ind...
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Could something as delicate and delicious smelling as orange essential oil give relief to PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) sufferers? A study com...
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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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