References for "Manipulating memory to overcome fear"

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References for "Treating fibromyalgia in the mental health setting"

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Sleep and mental health

Mental health clinicians traditionally viewed sleep disorders as a symptom of a psychiatric disorder, but research suggests that in some patients sleep issues may be a cause of the disorder. More »

Manipulating memory to overcome fear

Researchers have found that it may be possible to reduce the fear from traumatic memories by recalling the memory and then interrupting the brain's process of reconsolidation. (Locked) More »