Animal models on anxiety serve as a vital testing ground for potential anxiety treatments. They provide a preclinical platform to assess the effectiveness and safety of new drugs or therapies, reducing risks associated with human trials and expediting the identification of promising candidates. Moreover, they allow us to probe the biological underpinnings of anxiety, offering insights into neural pathways, genetic factors, and neurotransmitters at play.

We explore the world of rodent models to better understand and combat anxiety disorders, offering hope for individuals impacted by anxiety and driving progress toward more effective treatments.