How anxiety can trip our brains  

Researchers have long wondered why people with anxiety can be paralysed when it comes to decision-making.Yuko Munakata, psychology professor at the University of Colorado in the US, believes that people with anxiety have decreased neural inhibition, which makes decision-making difficult.Neural inhibition is a process that occurs when one nerve cell suppresses activity in another — a critical aspect in our ability to make choices.

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