Resources for Patients and Caregivers
Adjustment disorders are stress-related conditions. You experience more stress than would normally be expected in response to a stressful or unexpected event, and the stress causes significant problems in your relationships, at work or at school.
Diagnosis: Adjustment-Like Disorder
Amazon or Library Book: Listening To My Body
Support Group: adaa.org
(Anxiety & Depresssion Association of America)
Resources for Physicians, Counselors and Researchers
4 CURRENT ARTICLES
The world-wide medical research
reports chosen for each diagnosis
Clicking each title opens the
PubMed article’s summary-abstract.
- Prefrontal-cerebellar dynamics during post-success and post-error cognitive controls in major psychiatric disordersby Hengyi Cao on July 1, 2022
CONCLUSIONS: These findings suggest that patients with SZ and ADHD are associated with insufficient neural modulation on the prefrontal-cerebellar circuit during post-success and post-error cognitive processing, a phenomenon that may underlie cognitive deficits in these disorders.
- The association of smoking and smoking cessation with prevalent and incident symptoms of depression, anxiety, and sleep disturbance in the general populationby Omar Hahad on July 1, 2022
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the present study suggest that cigarette smoking is positively and that smoking cessation is negatively associated with symptoms of common mental health conditions, in particular of depression.
- TyG index is positively associated with risk of CHD and coronary atherosclerosis severity among NAFLD patientsby Jianqi Zhao on July 1, 2022
CONCLUSIONS: The TyG index was positively correlated with CHD risk in NAFLD patients and reflected coronary atherosclerosis severity.
- Re-examining popular screening measures in neuro-oncology: MMSE and RBANSby Farah Aslanzadeh on June 30, 2022
CONCLUSIONS: These results provide caution for neuro-oncology clinics using the MMSE. If providers continue to rely on the MMSE to screen for cognitive impairment alone, they may fail to identify individuals with mild cognitive impairments.