UK research: Brain's hyper-vigilant threat response calmed by seeing love and support
New research suggests that being reminded of being loved and cared for can reduce the brain's hypervigilant response to stress. University of Exeter, U.K., investigators found that observing pictures of others being loved and cared for reduces the brain's response to threat. The findings may aid the treatment of anxiety-related disorders and conditions such as post traumatic stress disorder.
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