Monday, 22 July, 2019

Ariana Grande posts 'terrifying' brain scan showing her PTSD

This is Ariana Grande’s brain on PTSD. ‘Not a joke,’ she says Ariana Grande performs at Wango Tango in L.A. in June 2018
Adrian Cunningham | 13 April, 2019, 14:24

Ariana's scan shows more than double the amount of PTSD in the picture she initially used for comparison. As the two-year anniversary of the Manchester bombing grows closer, we can see that the tragic effects of the attack are still greatly affecting the star. He wrote traumatic stress can make lasting changes to these brain areas.

"Hilarious and terrifying.not a joke", she wrote next to the screenshot shared to her Instagram Story.

Grande said in the July issue of British Vogue she was experiencing "signs of PTSD" following the Manchester bombing in May 2017.

She captioned the image: "My brain". She adds that other scans that show the impact of traumatic stress on the brain can include an MRI, fMRI, positron emission tomography (PET), and single-photon emission tomography (SPECT). Whereas, in Grande's brain scan shows multiple highlighted areas which causes enough reason to worry. It's hard to talk about because so many people have suffered such severe, tremendous loss. Time is the biggest thing. In an interview with Elle magazine past year, the singer opened up about having episodes of "wild dizzy spells" and physical anxiety that nearly prevented her from performing again.

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She said: "I hate. yeah. admitting it but it very much is".

She added: "I know those families and my fans, and everyone there experienced a tremendous amount of it as well. I've never really spoken about it because I thought everyone had it, but when I got home from tour it was the most severe I think it's ever been". I feel like I shouldn't even be talking about my own experience-like I shouldn't even say anything.

The Boca Raton pop singer shared brain scans to highlight how her brain has been affected by the terrorist act at her London concert two years ago that killed almost two dozen people. Someday, when I'm feeling ready or when I'm more healed up, we can talk more about it.