How to forget trauma pictures


Everyone has had moments in their life they would like to forget. Some of these we should keep in our memories and learn from them. However, there are some things that we experience that forgetting it is the best option. But can we really do that? Well, US researchers from Johns Hopkins University think they have found a way to do just that: block out memories that are painful. In fact, they have created a pill that they believe can remove specific proteins from the brain, specifically its fear center, which will wipe out those memories. If you have ever seen the movie Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, you know where the research idea came from. Scientists studied the fear center of the brains in rats and found what they have called the window of vulnerability that is created when these proteins are created simultaneously with painful memories. These proteins are very unstable and can easily be removed with certain drugs. While the research is still ongoing, we should keep an eye on it. This breakthrough could benefit soldiers who have seen horrific things, or victims of violent crimes. Only time will tell us if this research pans out, and is actually beneficial for people.

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