Mothers who have children with MS have a higher prevalence of physical conditions, as well as a higher prevalence of mood and anxiety disorders.
Depression and anxiety are common in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
Among patients with borderline personality disorder, symptom severity was associated with less stability and lower relative amplitude. Impulsivity and mood instability were each negatively correlated with interdaily stability and relative amplitude.
The study authors theorized that the interplay between inflammation and cytokines may influence mood and behavioral disturbances, which could explain the overlap between PCOS and bipolar disorder.
The study emphasizes the necessity of further research concerning a treatment that is increasingly being legalized and applied to a wide range of medical conditions.
Cytokine markers IL-6 and IL-12 appeared to be sensitive to acute psychosocial stress in a laboratory setting.
The efficacy of melatonin, which has shown a prophylactic antidepressant effect in breast cancer, was explored given the prevalence of depressive symptoms after ACS.
Researchers examined the role of subcallosal cingulate deep brain stimulation in treatment-resistant depression.
Researchers assessed the total effect of bipolar disorder and major depression on cognitive function in adults between 40 and 69 years old and measured the effects mediated by psychotropic drug use and cardiometabolic disease.
Lithium use was associated with lower intensity of depressive symptoms, reduced clinical severity, and lower benzodiazepine use.