anxiety and the brain

Some people are naturally more anxious than others. How anxiously we react to threat or adversity is part of our personality. This characteristic is called trait anxiety, and those with high trait anxiety are more prone to mental disorders such as depression, substance abuse and psychosis. Trait anxiety is heritable, with genes explaining much of…

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caffeine and anxiety

There is no limit to how far molecular biology is extending to explain biological phenomenon. This is a brilliant example of hw such studies can explain. Some people are very susceptible to caffeine and become anxious. Others aren’t. This paper explains a possible reason. Association between ADORA2A and DRD2 Polymorphisms and Caffeine-Induced AnxietyCaffeine produces mild…

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