Respiratory Sinus Arrythmia (RSA) helps understand why some infants are more affected by their mother’s anxiety during pregnancy than others.
IS SUPPRESSING EMOTIONS EFFECTIVE WITH ANXIETY?
Investigating the effectiveness of emotion suppression, as a default method of mood management, at reducing anxiety.
IS IT POSSIBLE TO MISINTERPRET OR MISS BREATHING SIGNALS WHEN YOU HAVE ANXIETY?
Signals from our respiratory system are missed or misinterpreted in anxiety, which explains why we may experience an “unexpected” rise in anxiety as a result of breathing irregularities.
IS EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE RELEVANT IN SOCIAL PHOBIA?
The interpersonal and intrapersonal domains of emotional intelligence are relevant factors in understanding social phobia
WHAT PART OF THE BRAIN IS ACTIVATED DURING ANXIETY?
Anxiety activates different parts of the brain depending on whether it is anxious arousal or anxious apprehension.
WHAT PART OF THE BRAIN CONTROLS PANIC ATTACKS?
The periacqueductal gray (PAG) is a small structure in the mid-brain that promotes panic attacks when dysfunctional
IS HAVING MORE THAN ONE ANXIETY DISORDERS AT THE SAME TIME A SIGN OF INCREASED SEVERITY OF SYMPTOMS?
A look at the comorbidity in anxiety disorders with an emphasis on anxiety-anxiety comorbidity.
IS TKS THE SAME AS SOCIAL ANXIETY?
Taijin kyofusho (TKS) is a social phobia syndrome found only in Japan and Korea. Examining the characteristics of TKS suggest a link with social interaction anxiety
CAN ANXIETY LEAD TO TYPE 2 DIABETES?
This articles seeks to investigate whether or not there is a link between anxiety and type-2 diabetes, as often people with depression develop type-2 diabetes as well.
IS SOCIAL ANXIETY THE EXPRESSION OF SOCIAL SUBMISSION?
Social anxiety can be seen as a form of social submissiveness, thus signaling to the others a low social status and limiting ‘social damage”.