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The Physiology Behind Generalized Anxiety Disorder

From your sweaty brow to your pounding heart to the churning in your gut, the physical symptoms of anxiety make it hard to sleep, eat or concentrate, and those who have it more days than not for six months may have general anxiety disorder.

Before treatment comes the research, and this video by AsapSCIENCE will teach you a thing or two about what makes you anxious, and general anxiety disorder, in just under four fast moving and informative minutes.

But the whiteboard animation drawn by Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown in the video is a bit twitchy, so you may not want to watch it while you're anxious!

(YouTube Link)

-Via Laughing Squid


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