Neurobiology of Fear
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Neurobiology of Fear
Stress, fear and anxiety
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Building a High-Trust Culture, #1: It Starts with Integrity

Building a High-Trust Culture, #1: It Starts with Integrity | Neurobiology of Fear | Scoop.it
“Over forty years in business, I've been involved with more than 100 companies, done thousands of deals, and worked alongside countless leaders and team members in multiple industries.”
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... and disintegrates without integrity.
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Laughter neutralizes feelings of anger, tension, guilt, fear and anxiety. - Amazing Facts

“Incredible! Did you know that laughter can release feelings of tension, fear, guilt, anger and anxiety - Follow the link to see full story (Laughter neutralizes feelings of anger, tension, guilt, fear and anxiety.”
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Laughter is the Best Medicine: The Health Benefits of Humor

Laughter is the Best Medicine: The Health Benefits of Humor | Neurobiology of Fear | Scoop.it
Learn how to harness the powerful health benefits of laughter and humor. (RT @800273TALK: Learn more about the many health benefits of laughter and how it can help lift depression and reduce anxiety.
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ScienceShot: Shiny Happy Neurons

ScienceShot: Shiny Happy Neurons | Neurobiology of Fear | Scoop.it
“Researchers isolate cells in brain that respond to happy and fearful faces (RT @SeeYourFeelings: Amygdala neurons: pretty picture.”
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High School students in 2013 had the same anxiety levels as insane asylum patients in the 1950’s. Dont you dare to tell me that there is nothing wrong with our education system.

High School students in 2013 had the same anxiety levels as insane asylum patients in the 1950’s. Dont you dare to tell me that there is nothing wrong with our education system. | Neurobiology of Fear | Scoop.it
““High School students in 2013 had the same anxiety levels as insane asylum patients in the 1950’s.”
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And later in life, they could become prone to anxiety disorders.
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