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Researchers discover brain changes in social anxiety disorder

from By Dorothy L. Tengler

No one enjoys making mistakes, looking bad, feeling embarrassed or being humiliated in front of others. But everyone has had such an experience at least once. An excessive and unreasonable fear of social situations, however, may signal a social anxiety disorder (SAD). In a recent study, researchers found that the successful treatment of a social anxiety disorder alters key brain structures that are involved in processing and regulating emotions. more


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