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Memories of trauma are unique because of how brains and bodies respond to threat

Brains have two routes to respond to danger Biological research over ... norepinephrine – play an important role in the formation of threat associations. Researchers believe traumatic memories are a ... read more

Gone but never forgotten: how to comfort a child whose sibling has died

Untold and unheard stories appear in comments sections, strangers tell me cross-culturally consistent tales in the soft corners of conference rooms and speak about the siblings they’ve lost and how ... read more

How PTSD Affects The Brain, According To Researchers

Post-traumatic ... The brain also feeds the body information about how to act against the perceived repeated threat. When a flashback happens, says Dr. Clouston, the brain "starts the body's systems ... read more

The Complex Nature Of Trauma And Abuse

The brain seeks to protect itself from trauma, and one way that it does this is from disconnecting from threatening experiences. This is why many survivors have unclear memories of their ... and ... read more

Suppressing amygdala molecule enables faster recovery from PTSD symptoms

Fight or flight, panic, trembling: Our brains are wired to ensure we respond ... the threat has passed, and develop post-traumatic stress disorder. A new study from Scripps Research in Florida ... read more

New Ways Of Treating Trauma: Try Some Yoga

When a person experiences traumatic ... toward my son because I feel guilty about having killed a child in Iraq”). However, the rational brain cannot abolish emotions, sensations, or thoughts (such as ... read more

Is memory in your brain, body or both?

Those fleeting memories ... This makes sense, because damage to the frontal cortex from a stroke or other brain trauma results in a profound loss of ability to recall recent information. In addition, ... read more

What Anxiety Does to Your Brain and What You Can Do About It

Unfortunately, when we start to feel excessive anxiety, or we live in a constant state of anxiety, we’re in trouble. Our bodies ... the rest of the brain that a threat is present and trigger a fear or ... read more

Overcoming PTSD: Study reveals memory disruption drug target

JUPITER, FL -- June 19, 2019 -- Fight or flight, panic, trembling: Our brains are wired to ensure we respond instantly to fear ... "We asked whether we could identify something unique to the storage ... read more

Overcoming PTSD: Study reveals memory disruption drug target

Fight or flight, panic, trembling: Our brains are wired to ensure we respond ... the threat has passed, and develop post-traumatic stress disorder. A new study from Scripps Research in Florida ... read more

Memories of trauma are unique because of how we respond to threat

In some situations, when the threat is ... being involved. Traumatic memories are intensely powerful and come in two varieties. When people talk about memories, most of the time we refer to conscious ... read more

Memories of trauma are unique because of how brains and bodies respond to threat

Jacek Debiec receives funding from the University of Michigan, the NIH and Brain and the Behavior Research ... play an important role in the formation of threat associations. Researchers believe ... read more
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