Ariana Grande’s brain scan shows ’frightening’ levels of PTSD after Manchester Bombings

Ariana Grande’s brain scan shows ’frightening’ levels of PTSD after Manchester Bombings

Next to it is another image of a brain with PTSD; that scan has many areas that are brighter, illuminated.

The "Thank U, Next" singer, 25, shared a photo of her brain scan compared to a healthy brain and a brain with PTSD on Thursday, calling the comparison "hilarious and terrifying".

"There is no doubt that PTSD changes the way the brain responds to trauma-related and other emotional stimuli, however there are not brain imaging testes that are diagnostic of PTSD", he told CNN. It's hard to talk about because so many people have suffered such severe, tremendous loss.

"I know those families and my fans, and everyone there experienced a tremendous amount of it as well", Grande said of suffering the symptoms of PTSD. 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 added, "Time is the biggest thing. I don't think I'll ever know how to talk about it and not cry".

Two years after the terrorist attack on her Manchester concert. 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". I've always had anxiety. For example, hypervigilance. It's noticing everything and constantly scanning my environment; being alert even when I'm trying to sleep - it's depleting and it never stops. "There were a couple of months straight where I felt so upside down".

In the bombing, 23 people died and more were injured when a suicide bomber detonated a homemade bomb in the Manchester Arena.

The celeb assured people that she will continue to give her all and put energy and passion in her work 'even tho my brain looks like the world map'.