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Ariana Grande Shares ‘Horrifying’ Images of Her Brain Scan

Ariana Grande Shares ‘Horrifying’ Images of Her Brain Scan

The PTSD brain scan has more areas highlighted, indicating the differences in brain activity in PTSD patients. Since then the singer has been open and honest about her mental health to her millions of followers.

Although Ariana was able to get out safely, the attack obviously had a enormous affect on her.

Ariana's scan shows more than double the amount of PTSD in the picture she initially used for comparison.

In a separate interview with Elle, Grande opened up more about the physical ailments she experienced after the Manchester bombing.

Ariana Grande posted her version of a public service announcement on Instagram to show the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder.

Ariana Grande took to Instagram to highlight the difference between a healthy brain, a brain dealing with post traumatic stress disorder and a scanned image of her own brain. Ariana tried to help Mac with his addiction struggles while they were together for more than a year, so it hit her hard to know that he had passed while still battling those demons. But, yeah, it's a real thing", she said previous year of how she's coped with symptoms of PTSD.

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As she puts it, her brain scan reveals the "hilarious and terrifying" levels of PTSD she has. "Someday, when I'm more healed up, we can talk more about it". I feel like I shouldn't even be talking about my own experience-like I shouldn't even say anything.

She continued, "I think a lot of people have anxiety, especially right now".

The recently crowned Queen of Instagram has announced that she will soon be returning to Manchester for the first time since the One Love concert, as she will join Years & Years to headline Manchester Pride Live this year.

The 25 year old also said she doesn't "think I'll ever know how to talk about it and not cry".

"When I got home from tour, I had really wild dizzy spells, this feeling like I couldn't breathe".