Sensitivity to Anxiety is Related to Psychiatric Multimorbidity

Researchers in Israel found that sensitivity to the physical and psychological experiences of anxiety was strongly correlated with PTSD, depression, anxiety disorder, panic attacks, and psychiatric multimorbidity in a sample of 103 young adults. Their results are in the March issue of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.
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