Rubbing out Fearful Memories
A hurricane, a car accident, a roadside bomb, a rape — extreme stress is more common than you might think, with an estimated 50 to 60 percent of people experiencing it at some point in their lives. About 8 percent of that group will be diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. They will have flashbacks and nightmares. they will feel amped up, with nerves on a permanent state of high alert. they won’t be able to forget. So that's why it is so important to erase fears from our heads.
This report discuss 3 different studies about erasing fears by many strategies using drugs, optogenetics & using Protein kinase M zeta