Ariana Grande Shares ''Terrifying'' Levels of PTSD in Instagram Post

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

Ariana Grande Shares Her Brain Scans To Show The “Terrifying” Impact Of PTSD

Clearly disturbed by the results, the 25-year-old told her followers: "Hilarious and terrifying, not a joke".

She eventually returned to Manchester to headline her charity concert "One Love Manchester" for victims of the bombing.

Side by side, a "healthy brain" and a "PTSD brain" can be seen and it is very clear that there are some highlighted areas in the second that the first barely show. Then, she sent a photo of the scans of her own brain, which show a significant amount of highlighted areas - even more than the PTSD sample!

The third showed a scan of Grande's brain.

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Ariana Grande has proved just how much of an effect the Manchester terror attack had on her mental health, showing the shocking levels of PTSD in a scan of her brain.

Ariana claimed the final image was her brain, which showed nearly double the amount of PTSD activity. It looks like the singer wants to use her voice to bring awareness towards mental health problems such as depression and PTSD. It's hard to talk about because so many people have suffered such severe, tremendous loss.

In an interview with Vogue, Grande spoke about her longer-term experience with anxiety saying her "anxiety has anxiety". But, yeah, it's a real thing", she said previous year of how she's coped with symptoms of PTSD. I know those families and fans, and everyone there experienced a tremendous amount of it as well'. "I've always had anxiety" she said. "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".

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