Depression and Dyspepsia: An Implication of Islamic Resources
In this study, related articles were retrieved from PubMed, Ovid, Proquest and Magiran databases by using the Medical Subject Heading keywords “depression,” “psychology,” “dyspepsia” and “gastrointestinal diseases.” In the next step, studies, which are exactly confirm the Islamic viewpoint, were selected from the retrieved articles. Only one prospective study in 2012 has stated that people with functional gastrointestinal d isorders and without elevated levels of anxiety and depression at baseline had significantly higher levels of anxiety and depression at 12-year follow-up. Based on Islamic viewpoint, indigestion can lead to depression, but this aspect approved by only one 12-year prospective population-based study i n our review. It seems that it is necessary to conduct complementary studies investigating this hypothesis.
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For anyone interested: https://psyarxiv.com/bhyg9/ Apparently, BA does not beat out active control. I am sure the common factors folks will love this. However, I caution that camp not to conflate studies of depression and anxiety with more severe problems.
The aim of this study was to review emerging evidence of novel treatments for anxiety disorders. We searched PubMed and EMBASE for evidence-based therapeutic alternatives for anxiety disorders in adults, covering the past five years. Eligible articles were systematic reviews (with or without meta-analysis), which evaluated treatment effectiveness of either nonbiological or biological interventions for anxiety disorders. Retrieved articles were summarized as an overview. We assessed methods, quality of evidence, and risk of bias of the articles. Nineteen systematic reviews provided information on almost 88 thousand particip...
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