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If anxiety is in my brain, why is my heart pounding? A psychiatrist explains the neuroscience and physiology of fear

By Arash Javanbakht, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Wayne State University
Although emotions like fear and anxiety originate in your brain, they ultimately travel through your body and make your heart race and your stomach twist.The Conversation

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