Ariana Grande shares scan of PTSD ridden brain almost two years after Manchester Arena terror attack

Ariana Grande has shared her PTSD ridden brain scan Kevin Mazur/Getty s for Republic Records]

Ariana Grande has shared an image her brain scan to show “terrifying” levels PTSD.

The 25 year old singer is currently the middle her Sweetener world tour — her first since a terrorist attack claimed 22 lives at one her concerts. 

Showing the full effect that the attack still has on her, she has now shared her scan with her 150million Instagram followers. 

Ariana Grande shares scan  PTSD ridden brain almost two years after Manchester Arena terror attackAriana shared the scan on her Instagram story Instagram/Ariana Grande]

Posting an image a typically healthy brain next to a brain that showed signs PTSD.

She followed up the image with a scan her own brain, showing it lit up with the disorder.

Captioning the post, she wrote: “hilarious and terrifying. not a joke.”

Ariana Grande shares scan  PTSD ridden brain almost two years after Manchester Arena terror attackAriana returned to Manchester days after the attack to host benefit concert One Love Manchester Getty s/Dave Hogan for One Love Manchester]

Aside from the terrorist attack, Ariana was also left devastated when her ex boyfriend, rapper Mac Miller, was found dead at the age 26 in September.

Shortly after his death, the thank u, next singer broke f her whirlwind engagement to fiancé Pete Davidson. 

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Last year, Ariana opened up about the PTSD and anxiety she developed in the aftermath the Manchester terror attack in an interview with Vogue magazine.

Ariana Grande shares scan  PTSD ridden brain almost two years after Manchester Arena terror attackAriana’s ex Mac Miller died last September Instagram/Ariana Grande]

She said: “I think a lot people have anxiety, especially right now. My anxiety has anxiety.

“I’ve always had anxiety. I’ve never really spoken about it because I thought everyone has it, but when I got home from tour it was the most severe I think it’s ever been.”

Discussing the attack, she continued: “It’s hard to talk about because so many people have suffered such severe, tremendous loss…I don’t think I’ll ever know hoe to talk about it and not cry.”

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