panic disorder

panic disorder

How the Brain Processes Fear

Scientists have strengthened fear memories in mice by artificially switching on a set of fear-processing cells in the brain as the animals underwent a negative experience.

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For people with panic disorder sudden attacks of fear can cause a range of symptoms including sweating, nausea and a feeling of being out of control. Worry about the next attack can be so intense that people avoid places where they have experienced panic in the past.

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