Ariana Grande Reveals Her Terrifying Levels Of PTSD By Posting Brain Scan

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The image of the healthy brain looked dark while the brain with PTSD was highlighted in a few places.

For many, Grande sharing her brain scan might be the first time they see what effects PTSD has in such a visual way. Whereas, in Grande's brain scan shows multiple highlighted areas which causes enough reason to worry.

In an interview with Vogue, Grande spoke about her longer-term experience with anxiety saying her "anxiety has anxiety".

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She describes the image as "hilarious and terrifying" before adding, "not a joke". Her brain is clearly more aligned with the PTSD image she posted. Despite the image being in black and white, you can clearly see Grande's brain scan and the multitude of highlighted areas it has which is nearly double the amount of what she previously shared.

On May 22, 2017, a bomber blew himself up at the Manchester Arena as fans were leaving the "Thank U, Next" singer's show leaving 22 people dead.

Other mental health problems can arise as a result of PTSD. "But, yeah, it's a real thing", the singer, now 25, told the magazine. It's hard to talk about because so many people have suffered such severe, tremendous loss. I know those families and fans, and everyone there experienced a tremendous amount of it as well'. Her own ex-boyfriend Pete Davidson caused a social media scare in December in a worrying tweet, "I really don't want to be on this earth anymore". She'd always had anxiety, she said, and she never talked about it, but when she got home from her tour, it was the most severe it had ever been.

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