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Authors: Filipović B, Marković O, Đurić V, Filipović B Abstract Studies of psychological condition of patients suffering from nonalcoholic fatty liver disease are rather equivocal about the results: while some claim that NAFLD patients suffer from anxiety and depression more than non-NAFLD controls, others do not withstand those findings. Lower cognitive potentials have also been reported, both in patient related and in animal model-based investigations, and correlated with assessed brain tissue changes. We hypothesized that NAFLD, as a condition, affects the brain tissue and, subsequently, the cognitive state...
Conclusions: RNT may be a modifiable risk factor which can be targeted in pregnancy to prevent depression and anxiety in new mothers.Psychopathology
In this study, 4854 participants completed a cross-sectional web-based survey including socio-demographic items, the Korean Scale for Internet Addiction, the Smartphone Addiction Proneness Scale, and the subscales of the Symptom Checklist 90 Items-Revised. The participants were classified into IA, SA, and normal use (NU) groups. To reduce sampling bias, we applied the propensity score matching method based on genetics matching. The IA group showed an increased risk of depression (relative risk 1.207; p < 0.001) and anxiety (relative risk 1.264; p < 0.001) compared to NUs. The SA group also showed an increased...
This article focuses on the psychosocial impact of FA throughout childhood. It discusses how this prolonged stress can affect caregivers and their perceptions of the overall health of their children.
In this study, we examine the relationship by analyzing data from the 2016 General Social Survey (GSS). We show that, overall, the number of SNSs one uses is positively related to respondents reporting that they have felt like they were going to have a nervous breakdown. While this relationship is positive for respondents 30 years old and older, it is negative for those who are 18–29 years olds.
Neuropsychiatric disorder is common in mild cognitive impairment (MCI) (Monastero et al., 2009) and elevated compared with the general population (Geda et al., 2008; Lyketsos et al., 2002). Besides, neuropsychiatric disorder is associated with anxiety (Mak et al., 2011), cerebral volume reduction (Mak et al., 2016) and cognitive impairment (Tay et al., 2015). Currently , research on neuropsychiatric disturbances in MCI has predominantly focused on depression, less is well known about the role of anxiety in MCI.
Patients with mild general anxiety disorder (GAD) or panic disorder (PD) may be less likely to benefit from antidepressants than patients with severe cases of these disorders, suggests ameta-analysis inDepression and Anxiety.While previous studies have suggested that the benefits of antidepressants are smaller in patients with mild versus severe symptoms of depression, few have examined how symptom severity might influence other conditions for which antidepressants are prescribed.Ymkje Anna de Vries, Ph.D., and colleagues of the University of Groningen, The Netherlands, combined patient data from randomized, controlled tri...
Anxiety can raise the risk for heart disease: Previous studies have shown that arterial stiffness may be worsened by traumatic life events, job strain, depression and either short-term or chronic anxiety, the researchers said.
ConclusionsBrain uptake of [18F]PSS232 matched the distribution of mGlu5 and followed a two-tissue compartment model. The well-defined kinetics and the possibility to use reference tissue models, obviating the need for arterial blood sampling, make [18F]PSS232 a promising fluorine-18 labeled radioligand for measuring mGlu5 density in humans.
How marijuana use affects depression, anxiety and stress symptoms is a topic of debate, with advocates and detractors seeking data to support their positions. A new study takes a shot at finding some answers -- the results are worth a look, but carry a few caveats.