Brain scans may predict which type of therapy will be most effective for obsessive-compulsive disorder in teens and adults.
A new randomized controlled clinical trial evaluated whether yoga and cognitive behavioral therapy are each more effective than stress education to treat generalized anxiety disorder.
Simple coping behaviors may protect against anxiety and depressive symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown.
Study finds screening methods for teenage girls and adult women are generally accurate for the diagnosis of generalized anxiety disorder.
Online searches can reinforce patients’ assumptions about their health status, as well as cause debilitating anxieties.
The researchers identified greater baseline attachment anxiety and poorer therapeutic alliance as predictors of low treatment response in patients with social anxiety disorder.
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.
The study examined the importance of confronting general dysfunctional beliefs, particularly notions of low self-efficacy and failure, in short-term therapy for patients with IBD.
Results showed a mean change from baseline of -9.28 points (95% CI, -10.23 to -8.32) on the HAM-A total score in patients treated with troriluzole compared with -9.35 points (95% CI, -10.34 to -8.36) with placebo (P =.917).
Depression, anxiety, and reduced quality of life are seen more frequently in patients with atopic eczema—and these associations imply that it may be more than just a skin disease.