A mental health disorder characterized by feelings of worry, anxiety, or fear that are strong enough to interfere with one’s daily activities
Examples of anxiety disorders include panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Symptoms include stress that’s out of proportion to the impact of the event, inability to set aside a worry, and restlessness.
Treatment includes counseling or medications, including antidepressants.
Overview from Wikipedia: (Anxiety Disorder)
Unidentified sources of stress, lasting more than six months.
World Patients: 4.5% of the total population.
Sex Ratio: M:2F
Age Onset: Ages 15-35.
Symptoms: Several different symptoms.
Causes: Unidentifiable, often a combination of genetic, environmental and psychological factors.
Medications: Several types.
Therapies: Cognitive Therapy-Identifying and reducing errors in thinking; identifying “triggers,” “mindfulness.”
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- A Rare Presentation of Shared Phenomenon in Dissociative Disorders in Extreme of Ages: A Report of Two Casesby Anurag Sengar on January 26, 2023
Conversion disorders (CD) are changes in sensorimotor activity experienced by an individual due to an external event. Patients may experience "pseudoseizures" accompanied by the presence or absence of loss of consciousness. Disorders of movement and sensation is the term used to classify the various kinds of CDs in the International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision (ICD-10) diagnostic manual, and they are the rarest among all dissociative disorders. We will discuss two instances that...
- Development of sex- and genotype-specific behavioral phenotypes in a Shank3 mouse model for neurodevelopmental disordersby Helen Friedericke Bauer on January 26, 2023
Individuals with a SHANK3-related neurodevelopmental disorder, also termed Phelan-McDermid syndrome or abbreviated as PMS, exhibit significant global developmental delay, language impairment, and muscular hypotonia. Also common are repetitive behaviors and altered social interactions, in line with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders. This study investigated the developmental aspect of autism-related behaviors and other phenotypes in a Shank3-transgenic mouse model. The animals underwent two...
- After the fall: Responding to the Champlain Towers building collapseby Deborah C Beidel on January 26, 2023
In June 2021, a condominium in Florida collapsed, with the loss of 98 lives. Search and rescue teams spent 2 weeks, recovering the victims. This study's objective was to assess the presence of psychological symptoms that might emerge in the following months, using the PTSD Checklist for DSM-5 (PCL-5), Patient Health Questionnaire-9 (PHQ-9), Generalized Anxiety Disorder - 7 (GAD-7), Suicide Cognitions Scale-Short (SCS-S), and the Insomnia Severity Index (ISI). A monthly survey conducted for 3...
- A study on differences about the influencing factors of depressive symptoms between medical staff and residents during 2022 city-wide temporary static management period to fighting against COVID-19 pandemic in Shanghaiby Ying Zhao on January 26, 2023
CONCLUSIONS: There are differences in the factors influencing depression symptoms between medical staff and residents during the 2022 city-wide temporary static management period to fighting against the COVID-19 pandemic in Shanghai. We should pay special attention to those with increasing internet usage time and daytime dysfunction in medical staff working in a special environment such as the COVID-19 pandemic.