This is Ariana Grande's brain on PTSD. 'Not a joke,' she says

Joann Johnston
April 13, 2019

"I can't determine whether her scan shows PTSD; it's unclear what kind of scan she received", Wiesel says of Grande's photo.

The singer is suffering from PSTD, from the deadly terrorist attack that took place after her Manchester concert in 2017.

In the Instagram story, she wrote "guys." and posted an image of her own brain, also with the similar highlighted spots.

The Instagram Story post showed three brain scan images.

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Clearly disturbed by the results, the 25-year-old told her followers: "Hilarious and terrifying, not a joke". Grande's over 150 million followers were immediately alarmed and startled at her post, anxious for the singer's health. In an interview with Elle magazine previous year, the singer opened up about having episodes of "wild dizzy spells" and physical anxiety that nearly prevented her from performing again. "I know those families and my fans, and everyone there experienced a tremendous amount of it as well".

Complaining of dizziness since the attack, she added: "That's what everyone was telling me". Someday, when I'm feeling ready or when I'm more healed up, we can talk more about it. I've always had anxiety" she said. My anxiety has anxiety... "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". "I love science and seeing the physical reality of what's going on in there was incredible to me. I would be in a good mood, fine and happy, and they would hit me out of nowhere", she told the publication. 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". Sign up here for Yahoo Entertainment & Lifestyle's newsletter.

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