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Dr Beth Darnall on Treating Catastrophizing for Pain Relief

Dr Beth Darnall on Treating Catastrophizing for Pain Relief

Catastrophizing undermines pain treatment effectiveness and facilitates structural brain changes that serve to maintain pain and distress.

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Anxiety, Depression, Suicidal Ideation More Common in Atopic Dermatitis

Anxiety, Depression, Suicidal Ideation More Common in Atopic Dermatitis

Atopic dermatitis is associated with depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation.

Anxiety Linked to Visual Memory in Patients With MS

Anxiety Linked to Visual Memory in Patients With MS

Anxiety and severe cognitive fatigue may contribute to problems with visual learning in patients with MS.

Anxiety, Depression, PTSD Impacted By Occupational Stress

Anxiety, Depression, PTSD Impacted By Occupational Stress

Stress is the key link between occupation and presentation of mental illness.

Cognitive Impairment Associated With Breast Cancer Treatment

Cognitive Impairment Associated With Breast Cancer Treatment

Breast cancer is a frequent diagnosis with improving survival, which highlights the importance of studying cognitive impairment.

Postmenopausal Anxiety Linked to Severe Impairment in Quality of Life

Postmenopausal Anxiety Linked to Severe Impairment in Quality of Life

There is a need to conduct longitudinal studies to determine the causality of this association and the benefit of early detection of anxiety in this group of women.

Anxiety, OCD, PTSD Benefit From CBT Plus Agonist

Anxiety, OCD, PTSD Benefit From CBT Plus Agonist

DCS shows a small augmentation effect on exposure-based therapy.

Hyperhidrosis Linked to Prevalence of Anxiety, Depression

Hyperhidrosis Linked to Prevalence of Anxiety, Depression

Positive correlations were identified for hyperhidrosis severity and the prevalence of anxiety and depression.

ACR: Anxiety, Depression May Predict Worse Disease Activity in RA

ACR: Anxiety, Depression May Predict Worse Disease Activity in RA

RA patients' mental health may impact long-term RA outcomes; therefore, ongoing monitoring and treatment is important.

Anxiety, Depression Treatment Response May Improve When Dissociation is Targeted

Anxiety, Depression Treatment Response May Improve When Dissociation is Targeted

Reduction of dissociation correlated with decreases in disorder severity and with reductions of depression and anxiety symptoms.

ACR: Anxiety, Depression May Affect Achieving Minimal Disease Activity in PsA

ACR: Anxiety, Depression May Affect Achieving Minimal Disease Activity in PsA

Recognizing anxiety and depression is important in PsA, as psychological well-being may contribute to disease activity.