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Wishes of unspoken patients

...ell a patient everything on his mind. One may feel anxious and forget what you meant to ask about, he or she may seem rushed, or it may be that the relationship between the two of you is not as open and trusting as it could be.// Researchers at the University of Texas have collected data on 'unexpressed wi...

The feel of pain

...rcher Dr Alexander Ploghaus. And unfortunately the anxious feelings can make the painful sensations that follow feel worse. But the new research might help in the screening of anti-pain medications for such people. If the anticipation part of the pain response can be removed, it would reduce the overall "pa...

Avoid stress to have strong babies

...mothers. They found pregnant women who were more anxious or stressed had "significantly abnormal patterns o... arteries. They found that those who were the most anxious during pregnancy had significantly abnormal blood flow patterns. A "resistance index" measurement ...

Health Officials Recommend Flu Vaccine

...Health Department in upstate New York. "People are anxious to get it, and I think it's a year of great anxiety because of all that's in the press." // In fact, more vaccine is expected to be produced this year than in years past: about 85 million doses this year, compared to 75 million in 2000, said Kristi...

Depression linked to mortality

... die from a stroke as other men. But depressed and anxious men are not much more likely to have non-fatal strokes. Researchers studied 2000 men aged 49 to 64 who were followed for 14 years.They found the men with depression or similar mental illness were much more likely to have fatal strokes, while the men...

Anxiety likely to affect the foetus

...a chemical element as well. "If the mother is very anxious this changes her chemistry, her hormonal levels. For example cortisol,a hormone can cross the placenta and it may well affect the development of the baby's brain in the womb," she further added that every pregnant woman should take time to rest and r...

New approach to anti-anxiety drugs

...at lack of a brain protein makes mice notably less anxious and may extend the findings to humans with anxiety disorders. Anxiety is a natural human response to life,// but when it gets out of hand it can inhibit everyday behaviour and cause much suffering. Around 15 million people might have had the necessit...

Anxiety following heart attacks not adequately managed

...nd more than half// who said that they were mildly anxious had not had anyprevious clinical assessment of anxiety. It was also fond that though threequarters of the participants had received treatment for anxiety, only half thecases had had a prior clinical assessment. Also, follow-ups to these treatmentswas...

Structure of the brain to increase risk for anxiety disorders

...articipants in the study who appeared to have less anxious responses seem to have a thicker ventromedial prefrontal cortex of the brain. The results of the study suggest that a bigger ventromedial prefrontal cortex of the brain can be preventive in controlling panic attacks and help the people to adapt to st...

Anxiety Can Increase The Risk Of Attempting Suicide In Men

...d reported that men who report feeling nervous and anxious are nine times likely to attempt suicide than their counterparts who perceive themselves as relaxed. Their research findings were published // in the current issue of Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. The findings are based on results fr...

Married Women has more sexual problems

...urvey about their interests in having sex, feeling anxious about their performance, inability to climax, coming to a climax too quickly, experiencing physical pain during sex, men having trouble achieving an erection and women having trouble becoming lubricated. Respondents were asked if they had experienced...

Clowns farewell in operating room, easing anxiety in children

...found that a clown in the operating room may relax anxious children who are about to undergo surgery. It could be because these clowns provide entertainment thereby allowing for an improved co-operation from the patient’s side. A study conducted among 40 children between 4 months and 3 years old showed a si...

Daily Jogging Helps To Reduce Symptoms Of Depression

... has a clear 'mood effect' that seems to ease that anxious but lethargic state." According to Thayer, moderate exercise - a brisk 10-minute walk, for example - results in a boosting of energy, although it may not be quite enough to relieve stress. --IANS...

Teenage Mental Problems Could Be The Result Of Stress During Early Life

...resent regarding the increase in the expression of anxious behaviors in individuals experiencing early-life stress during puberty. Another issue that needs addressing is whether children experiencing early life stress, have delayed puberty. Girls experiencing sexual abuse early in life have been reported t...

Britain Toddlers To Receive Flu-Jab In Addition To The 21 Shots

...s of overloading toddlers with vaccinations, among anxious parents. Voices have also been raised against a possible association with autism, a form of developmental disorder. A recent study had established that aged, susceptible individuals tend to catch infection from children. Furthermore, the incidence ...

How Mother Sees Her Child, Chubby or Obese!

...recognise it on their own child. As they were more anxious that their child eats all the healthy food, instead off being chossy or bad eaters. The doctor furher felt that the problem once past the pre school years tendsto become a persistant hazard for the childs health and is not so easy to be rid off.br...

Hospital Admitted Parkinson’s Patients at a Disadvantag

...eptable that people with Parkinson's are currently anxious about being admitted into hospitals and care homes across the UK because of a real risk that their Parkinson's will get a lot worse. We want all hospitals to immediately implement the standards laid down by the Department of Health for medicines, man...

Suffering from postpartum depression, blame fussy baby

... see mothers who are very tired and sometimes very anxious and depressed. Moms are trying hard to understand their child's needs and meet those needs. Sometimes they feel inadequate when they can't console their baby, "says High. The study revealed that 19 percent of mothers had moderate to severe symptoms ...

Study Shows That Women Need To Be Explained About The Smear Test

... explain that the women at highest risk of feeling anxious tended to be younger, have children, be smokers or had the highest levels of physical activity. In this study, the women were screened for clinically significant anxiety using a scale known as the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (Hads). On exa...

A connection Between Cry Babies and Postpartum Depression

... see mothers who are very tired and sometimes very anxious and depressed,” High said. “Moms are trying hard to understand their child’s needs and meet those needs. Sometimes they feel inadequate when they can’t console their baby.” The study is based on responses to the Rhode Island PRAMS, an ongoing, con...

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