Anxiety is a vulnerability factor for depression in patients with MS.
Pre-screening military personnel after deployment did not affect the presence of mental illness.
Higher anxiety, depression scores for patients are tied to low self-esteem scores.
Findings demonstrate a significant and positive relationship between morphine analgesic response and most psychosocial factors.
Breast cancer is a frequent diagnosis with improving survival, which highlights the importance of studying cognitive impairment.
Anxiety and depression may have a predictive capacity for some cancer presentations.
A significant number of patients reported that guided imagery intervention was beneficial for relieving pain, anxiety, and insomnia.
Therapeutic response to antidepressants is highly variable, which may be partially due to associated side effects.
Patients with JFM had poorer psychological and health-related outcomes than healthy control patients.
The researchers proposed integrating mental health screening and treatment into pediatric cardiology care.
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.
DCS shows a small augmentation effect on exposure-based therapy.
Neuropsychiatric symptoms such as depression and anxiety are common in Parkinson's Disease, but often go unrecognized.
Despite being one of the most commonly used drugs little research has been conducted on oxytocin's affects.
Findings from this study contribute to evidence that poor mental health might have predictive capacity for certain physical diseases.
Anything that has the potential to disturb the serotonin signaling process has the potential to result in a wide variety of malformations.
For individuals with T2D, anxiety symptoms affect mortality risk, independently of depression symptoms.
Fear and anxiety showed the strongest correlation with development of major depression in children.
The number of AEDs and seizure frequency also influenced depression in people with epilepsy.
Researchers found that the hallucinogenic drug relieves depression and anxiety quickly, and that the effect can last for months.
Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation of the right secondary somatosensory motor cortex produces relief from chronic neuropathic orofacial pain.
The ADA released detailed guidelines for psychosocial assessments and care based on factors including age, type of diabetes, and family support system.
Positive correlations were identified for hyperhidrosis severity and the prevalence of anxiety and depression.
RA patients' mental health may impact long-term RA outcomes; therefore, ongoing monitoring and treatment is important.
Reduction of dissociation correlated with decreases in disorder severity and with reductions of depression and anxiety symptoms.
Recognizing anxiety and depression is important in PsA, as psychological well-being may contribute to disease activity.
Levels of anxiety and depression varied by disease, but special attention should be paid to patients with fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis.
Anxiety about health was linked to a higher risk of ischemic heart disease.
The transfer of hyperalgesia is mediated by olfactory cues in mice, shedding light on the role of social and environmental cues in pain pathogenesis.
Research found that cognitive rehabilitation program could improve self-reported cognitive function through 6 months.