The Ultimate Guide to Overcoming Morning Anxiety and Stress

2023-09-12 04:00:00 Enas Al-Banna wrote Tuesday, September 12, 2023 07:00 AM With the many pressures of life, the burden of many responsibilities, and the many things we have to think about and worry about, the anxiety and stress of many people increases, which may affect their psychological and mood state and expose them to stress … Read more

Antiepileptic Exposure in Utero and Childhood Psychiatric Disorders: Insights from a Large Cohort Study

2023-06-06 12:36:45 Aarhus, Denmark — A large population-based cohort study assessed the association between exposure to one or more antiepileptics in utero and the occurrence of psychiatric disorders in childhood or adolescence [1]. The results call for increased vigilance vis-à-vis valproate, which should not be used during pregnancy. They confirm an association between topiramate exposure … Read more

“Study Shows No Direct Link Between COVID-19 Infection and Mental Health: Findings from EpiCov Cohort”

2023-05-17 07:48:37 Paris, France — While anxiety and depression are more common in people who have experienced symptoms of Covid-19, infection with the SARS-CoV2 virus is not in itself a risk factor for impaired mental health . This is revealed by a French study, which analyzed data from more than 40,000 participants from the national … Read more

“The Second Brain: The Importance of Gut Health for Mental Wellness and Overall Health”

2023-05-15 11:55:00 Key Points: The “intestinal” is known as the “2nd brain” of humans. It can work by itself. automatically decide and does not require the brain to command from the nervous system and can produce certain neurotransmitters linked to mental health “Serotonin” (Serotonin) is a neurotransmitter that is produced from the intestinal and gastrointestinal … Read more

“Caring for Caregivers: A Call to Improve Depression Screening and Treatment among French Healthcare Personnel”

2023-05-05 06:19:58 Marseille, France – According to the study AMADEUS conducted among the staff of French public and private health establishments, a third of caregivers show signs of probable depression [1]. The vast majority of these patients have a history of major depressive episodes, recurrent in almost a third of cases. Yet barely a quarter … Read more

Reasons for effortless approaches- 7 diseases revealed

I wrote – Nada Sami: It’s normal to feel faint during intense physical activity, but when you’re at rest, it’s a cause for concern, because it’s often a warning sign of a number of diseases. In the next report, The Consulto reviews the reasons for the two approaches during rest, according to Medical News Today. … Read more