Memory is absolutely fascinating. Who would have thought taking a beta-blocker would have the ability to alter existing bits of memory. Well, research says it does. And that’s pretty incredible. Learn more.
So we’ve learned the amygdala orchestrates our response to threatening stimuli.
In the second in a series we’ll discuss the workings of the amygdala, and how it causes panic and anxiety.
Fear memory plays a huge role in the generation of panic and anxiety. Let’s learn why. This is the first in a 3-4 part series.
Neuroplasticity is an amazing compensatory process of the brain. It comes in to play more than we know. And the fact of the matter is, we can “will” it into action.