We all get stressed. But for some of us, there is a genuine neurological basis and connectivity issue which propels us into a consistent and near permanent state of being on edge. That flight or fight response which is instinctively fine tuned to come into action when we are in danger or detect external threats? It becomes a way of being for people suffering anxiety disorders, but with proper understanding and comprehension of how this chemical manifests and what regions of the brain it directly impacts, we can begin to unveil the neuro-hacks to get to drips with anxiety disorders through means of therapy, and drug intervention.
Written by Darcy Bucci Keverian