The Neuroscience of Anxiety Tickets | Market House Brixton  | Wed 8th February 2023 Lineup

The Neuroscience of Anxiety tickets

Market House in Brixton

Wednesday 8th February 2023

7:00pm til 9:30pm (Last entry 8:30pm)

Minimum Age: 18

Join us for this eye-opening talk as we uncover what is going on inside the body during anxiety

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The Neuroscience of Anxiety on Wednesday 8th February 2023

Fear is normal. A healthy part of who we are as humans and yet, when it paralyses us, it’s anything but. Today 1 in 3 of us experience an anxiety disorder in our lifetimes. We all know what anxiety feels like. But what we often don’t know is what’s really going on inside when we’re feeling anxious.

So what’s happening in our brains during all that panic, and all those fears?

Dr Jonathan Iliff is a psychiatrist and neuroscientist. He’s a fellow warrior (and worrier) in the war against anxiety - and he’s here to help. In this talk we’re going to be opening up the brain to understand it better. We’ll see where anxiety disorders happen in the brain, what molecules drive them, and how this relates to those thoughts and fears that buzz around our brains each day.

Most importantly we’ll learn what this teaches us about managing our own minds and our own emotions. With a little learning we can see through a few more paper tigers; and grow out of anxiety, and into confidence

Come on in. Let’s explore some marvellous things.

Doors open at 7pm, talk starts at 7.30pm - come down early to grab a good seat!

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Dr Jonathan Iliff is a psychiatrist and medical doctor in the NHS, with a background in neuroscience and psychedelic drug research. Jonathan has been an associate researcher with the psychedelic research group attached to King's College, was the founder and chair of the UCL Society for the Application of Psychedelics and has worked with prominent figures in the field. His research focused on the use of psychedelic compounds, like LSD and psilocybin - the active ingredient in magic mushrooms - a promising new treatment for depression. Today his focus is clinical - focussing on helping with people, and their problems in the here and now.

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