Therapists trained in IPSRT examined patients’ interpersonal patterns and social rhythms, as well as how they affected mood symptoms and interpersonal functioning.
Nearly one in five U.S. adolescents receives care for mental health problems, a figure that has remained nearly constant from 2005 to 2018.
Low educational achievement during childhood predicts a number of adverse outcomes in adulthood, including greater risk of low socioeconomic status, poor health, suicidal behavior, and premature death.
Significant racial and ethnic differences have been identified in late-life depression severity, symptom burden, and depression care.
The American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Medical Association, and the Society for Research in Child Development have expressed concern about the detrimental mental health effects immigration policies may have on adolescents.
The AMA called for alterations for insurers, including terminating cost-sharing and prior authorization for chronic pain and OUD medications and removing restrictions on Medicaid preferred drug lists.
Of all the antidepressant efficacy trials conducted between 1991 and 2013, just 1 explicitly included patients who presented with suicidality.
Online searches can reinforce patients’ assumptions about their health status, as well as cause debilitating anxieties.
The study emphasized the need to treat depression and other comorbidities, including anxiety and substance use disorders.
The classification of major depression requires the use of validated diagnostic interviews, but conducting interviews to determine the prevalence of depression in the general population requires extensive mental health resources.
The degree of overlap between MDD and burnout is unclear. However, dysfunctional sleep patterns are known risk factors for both conditions.
Although the American Academy of Pediatrics has published thorough guidelines and recommendations for screening for developmental disorders, many clinicians have not incorporated screening into routine well visits.
For adults without a recent history of depression, use of varenicline for smoking cessation does not appear to be associated with an increased risk for cardiovascular or neuropsychiatric hospitalizations when compared with nicotine replacement therapy.
Researchers evaluated the effectiveness of manualized bouldering psychotherapy as an intervention for the treatment of depression compared to performing physical exercise.
The results provide insights into the underlying causes of relapse and can be used to gain further understanding of the long-term effect of pharmacotherapy for sustained opioid use disorder recovery.
The researchers identified greater baseline attachment anxiety and poorer therapeutic alliance as predictors of low treatment response in patients with social anxiety disorder.
Although this study represents the first review to examine the literature on subthreshold depression and self-care in diabetes, conflicting results and risk for bias prevent any precise conclusions.
The authors of this article emphasized the importance of actively involving a diverse group of interdisciplinary team members in the psychosocial care of these patients.
Plasma phosphorylated tau181 (P-tau181) may aid in the diagnosis of Alzheimer disease (AD), a study in Natural Medicine suggests.
Sleep-disordered breathing is associated with changes in the brain, including amyloid deposition in brain regions typically involved in Alzheimer disease.
Patients with bipolar disorder experienced significant reductions in sleep efficiency, which was not the case in patients with schizophrenia, although effect sizes for bipolar disorder were smaller overall.
The determination of an ADHD treatment regimen can be time-consuming, requiring gradual upward dose titration and trial and error and often resulting in delays in symptom remission, premature termination of treatment, and frustration.
Children with attention problems in the first period experienced greater changes in food responses, emotional overeating, and satiety responsiveness by the second period.
Mild circadian rhythm disruption resulting from irregular sleep timing and duration patterns may be associated with an increased risk for cardiovascular disease events.
Hepatitis B virus prevalence was 7 to 10 times higher in a homeless population of Los Angeles compared to the general population of the United States.
Researchers examined the association between mental health conditions and the risk for chronic opioid therapy in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
Children receiving ADHD medication were older, had a higher prevalence of autism, and had more comorbid conditions than children not receiving medication.
Persistent severe sleep problems during the first postnatal year are associated with an increased risk for anxiety problems. and emotional disorders at age 10.
There is little to no association between malpractice liability risk and healthcare quality in the United States, according to systematic review results published in JAMA.
Primary care physicians believe they are on the front lines of dementia care, but many feel unprepared.
The prevalence of acute posttraumatic stress symptoms in the study population was 4.6%, ranging from 4.4% in healthcare workers to 518.4% in the high-risk general population.
Screening for depression may be an opportunity for dermatologists to improve care for their patients with acne.
Solriamfetol offers short-term improvements in functional status, health-related quality of life, and work productivity in people with narcolepsy.
The researchers found that the onset of the ECT effect was accelerated by a dose of 0.3 mg/kg of ketamine, but the antidepressant effect was not enhanced.
Stress-related disorders are associated with an increased risk for neurodegenerative diseases.
The investigators found a significant total effect of childhood adversity on both auditory hallucinations and delusions and an indirect effect of childhood adversity on auditory hallucinations via dialogic inner speech.
Depersonalization can be described as feeling disconnected from one’s body, whereas derealization is characterized by feeling disconnected from the world, with environments, objects, and people seeming unreal or unfamiliar.
Healthcare utilization and expenditures on psychiatric and somatic disorders at 18 years were significantly higher in patients with a childhood diagnosis of ADHD for most outcomes.
The researchers demonstrated that compared with placebo, treating patients with BD-II using add-on combination therapy of DM30+MM5 may attenuate depressive symptoms and raise plasma BDNF levels.
Survivors of the neonatal intensive care unit are at an increased risk for psychiatric disorders during childhood and adolescence.
Gulf War illness poses a high disease burden on veterans almost three decades after the conflict.
Depression contributed to elevated ratings in patients with MDD on items related to perceived inability to cope with the negative consequences of disturbed sleep and reported tendency to cancel social plans after poor sleep.
The researchers concluded that patients with both MS and depression experience worsening in neurological function, relapses, and lesions activity after 1 year compared with patients without depression.
Nearly 14 percent of children aged 3 to 17 years had ever been diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder or a learning disability in 2016 to 2018.
Olfactory dysfunction is a marker for a number of neuropsychiatric disorders, including Parkinson disease, Alzheimer disease, and schizophrenia.
Hypersomnolence among the elderly is associated with an increased risk for subsequent development of medical conditions, including diabetes, cancer, and hypertension.
Psychological distress at 3 months after stroke may predict subjective cognitive complaints (SCC) at 12 months after the acute event.
Patients with psychotic depression who experienced an illness relapse while receiving placebo also had a decline in cortical thickness, emphasizing the essential role antipsychotics play in treating disorders where psychosis is present.
Fatigue, anemia, pain, and sleep disorders form part of the prodrome in MS.
There is no evidence for an association between cerebral β-amyloid deposition, a marker of Alzheimer disease, and intracranial atherosclerotic plaque or stenosis.