Throw tantrums and argue the point, but teenagers may now have an excuse for their moody behaviour.
A hormone produced by the body to calm itself down during periods of stress seems to act in the opposite way in teenagers, making them more anxious, according to research published in the journal Nature Neuroscience.
When the brain experiences stress, it switches on receptors using a range of chemicals including the steroid THP. In adults and people who have not reached their teenage years, THP reduces anxiety. But researchers found that in adolescent mice it increased anxiety levels.
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mengalami masalah emosi.
esok kertas pertama peperiksaan.
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