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Physical Brain Differences In Those Who Suffer Severe Anxiety.

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Research suggests that those who suffer from severe anxiety conditions have brains which are different in terms of structure, chemistry and biology compared to the brains of those individuals who are fortunate enough not to suffer from such a debilitating affliction.

To date, research has provided evidence for the following differences:

1) Those who suffer from severe anxiety tend to Read the rest “Physical Brain Differences In Those Who Suffer Severe Anxiety.”

Neuroplasticity: Functional and Structural

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I have already written several articles about how severe childhood trauma can actually cause physical damage to the developing brain. However, as I have also written about, with the right kind of therapy the brain can recover due to a phenomenon of neuroplasticity.

The brain comprises over 100 billion (100,000,000,000,000) nerve cells called neurons and, we now know, can create Read the rest “Neuroplasticity: Functional and Structural”

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