The socioeconomic character of a neighborhood, as well as accessibility of mental health care services, influence the wellbeing of patients with psychiatric disorders.
Internet-delivered cognitive behavioral therapy has been shown to reduce anxiety and depression in older adults, and new mobile apps that support self-care and overall mental health may hold promise.
Self-perceived “connectedness” with university life was negatively impacted by depression, anxiety, lower self-esteem, higher stress, and poorer social support.
Physical activity is linked to fewer depressive symptoms, higher satisfaction with life, and higher positive affectivity in menopausal women.
The association between menopausal status and depressive symptoms varies with increasing levels of physical activity.
Social adversity may increase rates of psychotropic prescriptions, which have surged in recent decades, prompting researchers to perform a study of food insecurity and psychotropic prescriptions among women living with HIV.
When perseveration is caused by metacognitions about worry, anxiety is more likely compared with metacognitions about rumination, in which depression is more likely.
As people around the world face prolonged periods of confinement to their homes during the COVID-19 pandemic, stress levels may disrupt sleep patterns and worsen overall mental health.
Focused prevention and treatment of noncommunicable diseases may reduce the burden of multimorbidity in people living with HIV who have mood disorders and multimorbidity.
Therapists trained in IPSRT examined patients’ interpersonal patterns and social rhythms, as well as how they affected mood symptoms and interpersonal functioning.