Supplement Might Help Compulsive Hair Pullers
... might help ease the urges of people with a compulsive
hair-pulling disorder called trichotillomania, ... with an average age of 34. Most had started compulsive
hair pulling by age 12.
Some participants were ... of General Psychiatry .
"Trichotillomania is compulsive
in the sense that people can't control it," ...
For OCD, Not Helping Might Be Best
... with the condition -- such as reassuring compulsive
washers that their hands are clean -- might ease ... obsessive-compulsive disorder, and the Obsessive compulsive
Foundation estimates that 1 in 50 adults has it.
The Obsessive compulsive
Foundation has more about OCD .
Transcept Pharmaceuticals Presents Data from Studies of Two Product Candidates at Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association
... Augmentation in the Treatment of Obsessive compulsive
RICHMOND, Calif., May 21 ... DSM-IV diagnosis of treatment resistant obsessive compulsive
disorder (OCD) and under stable treatment with ... 25 percent reduction in the Yale Brown Obsessive compulsive
Scale (YBOCS). The average reduction in ...
Parkinson's Drugs Can Trigger Unhealthy Behaviors
... lower doses of dopamine agonists appear to curb compulsive
acting out, study says
FRIDAY, April ... patients to develop destructive behaviors such as compulsive
gambling or hypersexuality, says a new study.
... therapeutic doses of dopamine agonists developed compulsive
gambling or hypersexuality after they started ...
Parkinson's disease medication triggers destructive behaviors
... potentially destructive behaviors, notably compulsive
gambling or hypersexuality.
VIDEO ALERT: ... between dopamine agonist medications and compulsive
gambling or hypersexuality.
Dopamine ... definitive. Seven patients experiencing new-onset compulsive
gambling or hypersexuality were taking dopamine ...
In This Economic Crisis Are You Still a Shopaholic? Dr. April Lane Benson Can Help!
... psychologist who specializes in the treatment of compulsive
buying. She has appeared on Good Morning America, ... comprehensive examination of the nature of compulsive
or addictive shopping, spending, and buying, ... therapist who doesn't come across the problem of compulsive
buying, and equally impossible to imagine most ...
Pennsylvania State Highlights Education, Treatment Services During 'Problem Gambling Awareness Week'
In partnership with the Pennsylvania Council on compulsive
Gambling, the Lottery also sponsors a toll-free ... in the nation to establish an Office of compulsive
and Problem Gambling to address these issues."
... casino to establish and comply with an approved compulsive
and problem gambling plan. In addition, it ...
The first Intervention About Women Compulsive Gamblers Airs on A&E February 23, 2009 at 9 PM: Williamsville Wellness will be Featured
... an intervention and the growing problem of female compulsive
gambling. Ten years ago only 3% of compulsive
gamblers were women, today that figure is 46% or ... (located in Hanover, VA) specializes in treating compulsive
gambling, is licensed to ...
Help for shopaholics: New test determines who's at risk for compulsive buying
... are the butt of many jokes, but obsessive or compulsive
shopping can ruin lives.
shopping can lead to financial problems, family ... Research , there may be more people engaged in compulsive
buying than previously thought.
Authors Nancy ...
Catalyst Pharmaceutical Partners, Inc. Set to Join Russell Microcap(R) Index
... of both drug addiction as well as obsessive compulsive
and our inclusion in the Russell ... for
the treatment of addiction and obsessive compulsive
disorders. The Company
has obtained from ... variety of substance addictions
and obsessive compulsive
disorders. Catalyst has also been granted ...
Compulsive Gamblers Don't Learn From Their Mistakes
... News) -- A form of mental rigidity that leads to compulsive
behavior may explain why gambling addicts can't ... study suggests.
It's not known what causes compulsive
gambling, but it's been suggested that ... the study authors wrote.
This suggests that compulsive
gamblers have differences in an area of the brain ...
FDA Approves Luvox(R) CR (Fluvoxamine Maleate) Extended-Release Capsules for the Treatment of Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
... of social anxiety disorder
(SAD) and obsessive compulsive
disorder (OCD) in adults. LUVOX CR is a
selective ... as
measured by the Y-BOCS (Yale-Brown Obsessive compulsive
Scale)(1) (2) (3)
"We are pleased to have ... Psychopharmacol. 2004; 24:49-55.
Disorder -- Hollander, Eric, et al. A ...
Wayne K. Goodman, MD, Renowned Expert on Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Joins Mount Sinai as Chair of Psychiatry
In 1985, Dr. Goodman founded and served as Chief of the Obsessive compulsive
Disorders Clinic at Yale University's Clinical Neuroscience Research Unit. ... reuptake inhibitors. Dr. Goodman was the co-founder of the Obsessive compulsive
Foundation, which is the major consumer advocacy organization for OCD, and ...
Remuda Ranch Reports Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Can Take Spiritual Values and Practices to Unhealthy Levels
... Patients Who Suffer From Obsessive compulsive
Disorder (OCD) Related "Scrupulosity" Successfully Treated at Remuda ... March 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Millions of Americans suffer from Obsessive compulsive
Disorder (OCD), and some of those people suffer from an often ...
Obsessive symptoms in childhood can multiply the probabilities of an obsessive compulsive disorder
... obsessive ideas (e.g. recurrent and undesired thoughts to harm others) and compulsive
rituals (a need to wash their hands constantly, to check up on small ... the girls and boys in the study who showed symptoms of obsessive or compulsive
behaviour at 11 - a total of 8% of the population studied - were six time ...
Mysterious Disfiguring Disorder Responsible For Hair Loss in Over 11 Million American Women
... New approach to stop compulsive
hair pulling breaks new ground in battle against Trichotillomania.
... for sufferers to resolve the emotional and physical ravages of long-term compulsive
hair pulling. The online curriculum is paired with an innovative support ...
Overeating? Blame Your Genes
... also activates the dopamine pathway, may be a mechanism for reducing the compulsive
activity of overeating."
This work on obesity meshes nicely with ... position at Brookhaven. Both are instances of people engaging in compulsive
behaviors, "even though they know it is very harmful," she said
A new addiction: Internet junkies
... While compulsive
gambling is only beginning to be addressed by mental health professionals, ... and document new forms of addiction.
There is no lack of data on compulsive
gambling and alcoholism. But there is a vacuum when it comes to Internet ...
Money, Praise Similarly Activate Brain's Reward Center
... Parkinson's disease can trigger abnormal money-related behaviors such as compulsive
One immediate implication of these results is for patients ... agonists is known to induce abnormal economic decision-making, including compulsive
gambling. If the same brain structures are responsible for the ...
Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Announces LUVOX CR Launch Plans and Reports Development Pipeline Progress at Investor Day Presentation
... Administration (FDA) on February 28, 2008 for the treatment of
disorder (OCD) and social anxiety disorder (SAD).
LUVOX CR will be priced ... to be in the
range of $40 million to $60 million during 2008.
disorder and social anxiety disorder are two very
serious and debilitating ...
State Agencies Highlight Available Assistance During Problem Gambling Awareness Week
... Johnson. "The Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania is committed to addressing compulsive
gambling and reminds
problem gamblers that help is available."
Problem ... 'play responsibly.'
"In partnership with the Pennsylvania Council on compulsive
the Lottery also sponsors a toll-free gambling hotline that is ...
UTMB wins $3.4 million federal grant to study addiction-recovery drugs
The researchers believe this ambitious program may ultimately benefit compulsive
overeaters as well.
Led by the director of UTMB's Center for Addiction ... believe that drugs affecting the 5-HT2A and 5-HT2C receptors may also curb compulsive
overeating and obesity.
"Our ongoing research strongly suggests that ...
Shopping Sprees Can Cost More Than You Think: How to Identify a Shopping Addiction
... buying at a number of stores, often on credit, guilt sets in
and the compulsive
shopper tucks away recently-purchased items under the
bed or in the closet ... ), there are treatment
options to help identify what triggers your compulsive
Cognitive-behavioral therapy and twelve-step programs have been ...
How shyness and other normal human traits became sickness
... to be completed in 2012, is likely to establish new categories for apathy, compulsive
buying, Internet addiction, binge-eating and compulsive
sexual behavior. Don't look for road rage, however. It's already in the ...
Five Eating Patterns That Worsen Stress
... protein snack to avoid bingeing later in the evening. )
Take one of the actions.
Adapted from The Binge Eating & compulsive
Overeating Workbook: An Integrated Approach to Overcoming Disordered Eating (New Harbinger Publications, July 2009) by Carolyn Coker Ross, MD, ...
World's First Deep Brain Stimulation Device Approved for Treatment of Psychiatric Condition in Europe
... adverse events associated with the therapy, the study will
further evaluate improvements seen in OCD symptoms as assessed by the
Yale-Brown Obsessive compulsive
Scale (Y-BOCS), before deep brain stimulation
to 12 months after.
Professor Loes Gabriels from the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium ...
Top 10 Tips for Staying Healthy When Money is Tight
... ability to relate to others, and daily functioning. Serious mental illnesses include major depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive
disorder, panic disorder, post traumatic stress disorder and borderline personality disorder. The good news about mental illness is that recovery is ...
Mayo Clinic Proceedings reviews deep brain stimulation to treat psychiatric diseases
... investigated for hard-to-treat psychiatric disorders," according to the authors.
"Early results indicate the effect on depression and obsessive compulsive
disorder is beneficial, but the therapy needs further study," Dr. Lee says. The potential for this breakthrough treatment is enormous in reducing the ...
Almost 1 in 10 Young Video Game Users 'Addicted'
... as director of research for the National Institute on Media and the Family in Minneapolis.
Experts say that when playing video games becomes compulsive
and results in kids skipping school or not playing with friends, that could signal other mental health problems.
"What you usually find with ...
An Online Guide to Cope With Recession-Related Stress
... Eric Broderick, acting SAMHSA administrator, said in a news release issued by the agency.
Incidents of depression, anxiety, substance abuse and compulsive
behaviors -- including over-eating and excessive gambling and spending -- tend to rise during a poor economy, according to research cited by the ...
Drug commonly used for alcoholism, drug addiction, curbs urges of compulsive stealers
... MINNEAPOLIS / ST. PAUL (April 1, 2009) It appears that a drug commonly used to treat alcohol and drug addiction has a similar effect on the compulsive
behavior of kleptomaniacs it curbs their urge to steal, according to new research at the University of Minnesota.
The Medical School's Department ...
Detecting Potentially Violent Behavior in the Workplace
... are rarely happy about what is going on and are consistently unreasonable.
Controlling: they consider themselves to be superior, with a compulsive
need to always force their opinion on and control others.
Paranoid: they believe their employer, boss, other employees and neighbors are ...
A severe vomiting sickness with chronic cannabis abuse
... the Adelaide hills. The exact mechanism leading to generation of these symptoms, why it appears only after several years of marijuana abuse and why compulsive
hot showering behavior relieves the symptoms is still under scientific investigation.
The recognition of this novel syndrome and increasing ...
Eating Disorder International Symposium - Shoreline Center for Eating Disorder Treatment and Eating Disorder Awareness Week, Converge on Solving the Life-Threatening Illness
... a rigorous peer review process. Our objectives are for participants to be able to: (1) identify and treat individuals with anorexia, bulimia, and compulsive
overeating; (2) discuss drug therapies currently used to treat eating disorders; (3) describe alternative methods for the treatment of eating ...
Is Clutter Making You Fat? Take Natural Solutions Magazine's Clutter Quiz and Get Home Organizing Tips for 2009
... editor-in-chief. "When clutter becomes overwhelming, it's definitely easier to opt for fast foods than to cook a healthy meal. Mindless overeating or compulsive
shopping calms this out-of-control feeling -- but only temporarily."
If a cluttered home is a reflection of your feelings and habitual ...
'How to Change Someone You Love' Seminar Offers Help to Those Who Feel Powerless in the Face of Addiction
... transitional living opportunity for up to 28 male residents ages twenty-one (21) or older, recovering from alcoholism, chemical dependency and other compulsive
disorders. Those under the age of 21 will be considered only after evaluation for appropriateness. The program is designed for chronic relapsers, ...
New Site DrNorm.com Offers Hope and Healing to Parents of 'Difficult' Children During Holiday Season & Beyond
Whether children suffer from recognized behavioral deficits like ADD, ADHD, antisocial conduct disorder or more elusive obstacles including compulsive
lying, stubbornness, and selfishness, Dr. Hoffman offers a step-by-step program from which any family can benefit.
"With all the ...
Children as Young as 4 Can Develop OCD
... the most common being fear of contamination and catastrophic fears that involved death or harm to themselves or loved ones. Nearly all had multiple compulsive
behaviors with an average of four per child. Washing, checking and repeating were the most common.
Garcia noted the importance of the study, ...
Older Problem Gamblers Face Increased Suicide Risk
... addicts to do so because they're afraid they'll commit suicide if they don't stop betting, according to a new study.
The study included 1,601 compulsive
gamblers who, between 2001 and 2003, asked to be banned from Missouri casinos. On average, those age 55 and older had gambled for 17 years before ...
Anger Could Ruin Your Relationship
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