UK researchers have identified a genetic pathway in the brain that plays a key role in controlling anxiety
One in four people will be diagnosed with an anxiety disorder at least once in their lifetime
the researchers showed that miR-483-5p acts as a molecular brake that offsets stress-induced amygdala changes to promote anxiety relief.
“miRNAs are strategically poised
to control complex neuropsychiatric conditions such as anxiety
According to the World Health Organization, in 2019 there were just over 300 million people those who had been diagnosed with anxiety around the world.