Lyme Disease, Mental Illness, Suicide

Lyme Disease May Up Risk for Mental Illness, Suicidal Behavior
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Increased inflammation, immune activation, and psychological factors may help explain the association of Lyme disease with higher rates of psychiatric disorders and suicidal behavior, researchers say.Medscape Medical News
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TUESDAY, Aug. 17, 2021 -- Patients hospitalized with Lyme disease have a higher rate of mental disorders and attempted suicide after infection, according to a study published online July 28 in The American Journal of Psychiatry. Brian A. Fallon,...
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OBJECTIVE: Lyme borreliosis is a tick-borne infectious disease that may confer an increased risk of mental disorders, but previous studies have been hampered by methodological limitations, including small sample sizes. The authors used a nationwide retrosp...
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People in Denmark diagnosed with Lyme disease in a hospital went on to have 28% higher rates of mental disorders and were twice as likely to have attempted suicide, compared with those without the diagnosis, according to astudy published Wednesday inAJP in Advance. Having more than one episode of Lyme disease was associated with a higher rate of mental disorders, affective disorders, and suicide attempts.According to theCDC, nearly half a million people a year in the United States are treated for Lyme disease (also known as Lyme borreliosis), the most common vector-borne disease, and the areas where Lyme disease is common ...
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CONCLUSIONS: Individuals diagnosed with Lyme borreliosis in the hospital setting had an increased risk of mental disorders, affective disorders, suicide attempts, and suicide. Although the absolute population risk is low, clinicians should be aware of potential psychiatric sequelae of this global disease.PMID:34315282 | DOI:10.1176/appi.ajp.2021.20091347
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Credit: United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR)By Lawrence SurendraBANGKOK, Thailand, Aug 24 2020 (IPS) The COVID 19 Pandemic continues relentlessly. Deaths approaching a million globally, 22 million infected and growing. Brazil, India, the US and Russia accounting for almost 50% of the total cases in the world. Medically the promise of a vaccine is given as signs of hope; what surprises awaits us when such a vaccine is available, would be another story. Economically, to address the uncertainty and the grim future ahead, the UN, some governments and even Joe Biden the US Presidential hopeful, are waving ...
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