Posted by Lorna Myers
on May 25th, 2012 in News
| 18 comments
Research shows that a very high number of persons with PNES have suffered abuse in the past (see past blog posts). And experiences of abuse go along with distress and fear. So, PNES is commonly seen as fueled by anxiety and fear by clinicians.
However, I am sure you have heard of the “fight or flight” response that gets activated when we encounter danger. This response ensures that our body and brain get ready...