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People With Anxiety Disorder Are Less Able To Regulate Their Response To Negative Emotions

People with generalized anxiety disorder, or GAD, have abnormalities in the way their brain unconsciously controls emotions. That’s the conclusion of a new Stanford University School of Medicine study, and the study authors say the findings could open up new avenues for treatments and change our understanding of how emotion is regulated in everyday life. The work is published online in this month’s American Journal of Psychiatry.

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Flower Power (Chamomile) Can Still Calm The Masses

Feeling stressed? Researchers suggest that you try chamomile! This ‘traditional’ remedy has been around for years, but how much truth is there behind this old wives’ tale? In an evaluation for Faculty of 1000, Michael Van Ameringen and Beth Patterson draw attention to the first randomized controlled trial of chamomile for the treatment of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). The study, recently published in the Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology, reports that “chamomile extract therapy was found to be efficacious for mild-moderate GAD.”

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Brain Scans Show Distinctive Patterns In People With Generalized Anxiety Disorder In Stanford Study

Scrambled connections between the part of the brain that processes fear and emotion and other brain regions could be the hallmark of a common anxiety disorder, according to a new study from the Stanford University School of Medicine. The findings could help researchers identify biological differences between types of anxiety disorders as well as such disorders as depression.

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Stress And Anxiety Worsen And Extend Allergy Attacks

In a new contribution to the field of psychoneuroimmunology, researchers at Ohio State University report that stress and anxiety worsen allergy attacks, even to routine allergens. Anxiety impacts not only the severity of the response, but also causes a “carry over” effect whereby allergies linger into a second day. The researchers also explore the connections […]

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