Trauma

Trauma

Non-invasive Brain Stimulation Reduced Fear and Anxiety in a Preliminary Trial
Researchers have reported success in a preliminary effort to use non-invasive brain stimulation to reduce fear and anxiety . The... Read More
Identifying Brain Connectivity Changes in Combat Veterans with PTSD
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) , which affects about 7% of American adults, is much more common in combat veterans. Like... Read More
Resilience to Adversity Can Be Learned Through Adaptation and Positive Attitude, Research Has Demonstrated
Recent scientific and technological advances are bringing us closer to understanding biological aspects of the brain and body that underlie... Read More
Researchers Test Feasibility of a Blood Test to Gauge PTSD Risk Immediately Following Trauma
New research suggests that a simple blood sample taken in the emergency room may enable doctors to predict if a... Read More
Early-Morning Bright-Light Therapy Helped Patients with PTSD Symptoms
In a small pilot study, researchers have obtained encouraging results in using bright-light therapy to treat people with symptoms of... Read More