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Stroke survivors report loss of sexual desire, blurred gender roles, anger and fatigue

Suffering a stroke can have a profound effect on relationships and lead to significant changes in how couples relate to each other on a physical, psychological, social and emotional level, according a study in the June issue of the Journal of Clinical Nursing . Researchers from Northern Irelan...

Exercise Eases Obesity and Anger in Kids

After-school aerobics helped youngsters feel better mentally, physically, researchers say WEDNESDAY, Dec. 3 (HealthDay News) -- Overweight kids may be able to work out their anger with exercise, a new report finds. A study of sedentary but otherwise healthy 7- to 11-year-olds found...

Depression and anger can plague recent university graduates: Study

The post-university years can start out tough. The good news: it gets better. A new University of Alberta study of almost 600 of its graduates (ages 20-29 years old) tracked mental health symptoms in participants for seven years post-graduation and looked at how key events like leaving home and...

Study Shows Anger Has Its Uses

What people feel at any moment may be keyed to what they expect to gain from a task FRIDAY, April 4 (HealthDay News) -- People like to temper their emotions to the task at hand, and it can help them succeed, even if the emotions are not pleasurable ones, a new report suggests. Indi...

Free Book: Critically Acclaimed Book on Anger Management Now Available in Both Unabridged Audio and Print Form Worldwide

BREA, Calif., Jan. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Robert Puff is the author of the critically acclaimed book entitled "Anger Work: How to Express Your Anger and Still Be Kind." Dr. Puff's goal in Anger Work is to help people use their anger to heal and not hurt. He teaches people how to be kind in all...

Frustration and Anger of the Medical Profession Highlighted in Archdeacon's Speech

There are real problems in the Health Service, which no Government seems to be able to address satisfactorily, says the Archdeacon of Totnes, the Ven. John Rawlings in his sermon at todays BMAs traditional church service on the eve of its Annual Conference. In his sermon in Torquay, today (...

Outwardly Expressed Anger Affects Some Women’s Heart Arterie

While previous studies have shown that anger and hostility, in and of themselves, can increase risk of heart disease in men, little of the research has included women. // Results of a new study, conducted exclusively with female subjects, suggest that anger and hostility alone are not predict...

Drug Prozac was found to control anger in post-stroke patients

Professor Jong S. Kim and his colleagues from Asan medical center has reported in the Journal Stroke that antidepressant drug Prozac is found effective in treating emotional stress or emotional incontinence //which occurs after stroke. The researchers conducted their study in 152 patients who were ...

Let Anger go, Save the Headache

If you are angry about something, let it out and it might save you a headache. A new study shows people with headaches internalize their anger more than those without headaches. Of the 422 adults who participated in the study, 171 suffered from headaches. Investigators measured //trait anger...

Let Anger go, Save the Headache

If you're angry about something, let it out and it might save you a headache. A new study shows people with headaches internalize their anger more than those without headaches. Of the 422 adults who participated in the study, 171 suffered from headaches. Investigators measured trait anger (how...

Hazards of anger in heart patients

With man's insatiable quest for urbanization or modernization, the Stress on human life has been increasing day by day.It is high time they pay attention to the adoption of a more healthy and peaceful life style.//This article is an eye-opener for those people with fragile hearts.Most of us get an...

Control of anger disorder connected to Brain Dysfunction

According to a study, the scientists have bound dysfunction in a particular brain region to a psychiatric disorder marked by uncontrolled aggression. They say their findings extend the link that has been found between the brain area--called the orbital/medial prefrontal cortex circuit,// or OMPCC a...

Heart Rhythms Swing Precariously to Emotion, especially Anger

Heart rhythms can swing perilously when we are angry, even igniting life and death situations, to reveal scientists after studying nearly 1000 cardiac patients//. With the help of special instruments, called implantable cardioverter defibrillators, inserted near the heart, doctors studied the...

More Than Just Anger

Anger is an universal emotion. Many of us get angry for legitimate reasons. While some of us, it seems, have anger as a disease // . According to a study carried out by researchers from Harvard Medical School in collaboration with the University of Chicago, approximately 16 million Americans a...

Men And Women Read Different News To Manage Anger

An interesting study has now revealed that men and women respond in unique ways to manage or control their anger by choosing appropriate news media articles to regulate their mood //. For example, men tend to read news articles that would aggravate their anger while women choose articles with an o...

Autism May Hinder Ability to Read Body Language

...ny Atkinson, of the Durham University psychology department, found that adults with autism spectrum disorder had trouble identifying emotions, such as anger or happiness, while watching short video clips of body movements. The videos had no images of faces or sound. Those who had the most difficulty ide...

Heartfelt Tales by Physicians and Patients Inspire a Unique Online National Magazine

...tant to listen to patients' beliefs and concerns). Patients have written equally powerful and sometimes humorous stories about such topics as anger (when doctors miss an ovarian-cancer diagnosis), fantasy (an elderly patient sees a ghost) and pride (a patient reluctantly accepts chemotherapy, but ...

Spiritual Outlook Can Affect Mental Health in Breast Cancer

...n a news release. "Our study suggests that engaging patients about their religious or spiritual beliefs may be extremely beneficial, particularly when anger and disillusionment with one's faith is present." The study was published in a recent issue of the Journal of Palliative Medicine . More infor...

Bottle-Feeding Moms Ignored

...s guilt, worry about the impact on their baby, concern about health professionals' opinions, uncertainty about how to proceed, a sense of failure and anger at feeling pressure to breast-feed. Some mothers said they didn't receive enough information on correct bottle-feeding techniques, which made it dif...

FAIR CEO Blasts Kaiser Foundation & Public Agenda HIV/AIDS Study Results as "Absolute Nonsense"

...When our organization exhibits throughout America at large conventions a new member joins FAIR, on average, every 1.5 minutes for 7 hours expressing anger and disgust at the favoritism afforded HIV/AIDS in funding in comparison to the funding being received for their disease." FAIR points out th...

A Curse or Two Might Quell the Pain

... self-deprecation. "Swearing allows you to emote, to express anger, fear, surprise, joy or frustration," Jay said. "It also allows you to get that anger out and express it unambiguously." Stephen's interest in studying swearing began after he hit his finger with a hammer and swore in response. Durin...

Doctors Talk Frankly About What Encourages and Impedes Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer's

...soon after the diagnosis is made. However, patients and caregivers are still adjusting to the diagnosis at this time and may be suffering from denial, anger and guilt and often reject the referral. When they are ready to accept support, the GP is often unaware that their attitude has changed. The...

Blood Rush to the Brain When Angry Is a Good Sign

...blood pressure, study finds FRIDAY, July 10 (HealthDay News) -- anger and other forms of mental stress cause dilation of the neck's carotid arter...formed tasks designed to provoke mental stress, including math, reading and anger recall tests. The participants included 30 healthy people and 28 with hi...

Social Security Institute Launches the National Obamacare Opt Out (NOOO!) Registry

...tion that desires to put it on their web site. We will help organizations reach out to their members and provide them an opportunity to channel their anger and disapproval at Obama's flip flop, an un-American exercise of raw power by the federal government to dragoon everyone into a mandatory federal heal...

After 10 Years A Stronger and More Enhanced Form of Viagra Now Available

...n able to have adequate sex in over a year now. He has taken all the different erectile medications with diminishing results. I did not understand his anger and frustration, but I think it was his ego and his pride that we females do not understand fully. He finally opened up to me about all of this frustr...

Studies Show Groundbreaking 22% Reduction in Depression Symptoms in 4 Hours

...a, bulimia, ADD, ADHD, OCD, PTSD, anxiety and alcohol and drug addiction. There are eighteen components when measuring depression with fear, guilt and anger recognized as the most significant. "All human behavior is emotionally driven and one cannot take control of a destructive emotional state unless...

Naps with rapid eye movement sleep increase receptiveness to positive emotion

...le who did not take a nap during the day displayed an amplified reaction to anger and fear. Lead author Ninad Gujar, senior research scientist at the Uni...rate four different affective face categories which included fear, sadness, anger and happiness. Participants performed the rating task twice; once at 12 p.m...

Of body and mind, and deep meditation

... test led to low levels of the stress hormone cortisol among Chinese students. The experimental group also showed lower levels of anxiety, depression, anger and fatigue than students in a relaxation control group. "The previous paper indicated that IBMT subjects showed a reduced response to stress." Ta...

Mother's Day Blues: When Being a Stay-at-Home Mom Is No Longer an Option

...rent surfs the internet or talks on the phone to friends. For over 25 years, Dr. Puff, author of the free e-book "Anger Work: How to Express Your anger and Still be Kind" and the podcast "Raising Healthy Children and Teenagers," has worked with kids. If he's seeing a child, he'll usually split the ses...

Airport Workers March and Rally to Call for Family Healthcare as Swine Flu Fears Mount

...ne hundred airport workers and supporters held a march and rally at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) at noon on Wednesday, April 29. Worker anger over the lack of quality health care has come to a head as concerns about swine flu have mounted. Coalition members and service workers donned surgic...

A Visit With Mother Theresa in Calcutta Thirty Years Ago Inspires Dr. Puff, Clinical Psychologist, to Give Away his Books Free of Charge

... ago, Dr. Puff began giving away his first book, anger Work: How to Express Your anger and Still be Kind, free of charge to anyone who ...e," said Dr. Puff. In addition to his book, anger Work , Dr. Puff has written numerous articles on ...

Gaining new insights into mentoring programs for adolescent girls

...She knows that I'm always gonna be there But I think she tells me some things.that she doesn't tell her mom." Still others cited an adolescent girl's anger issues and the need to be a calming influence. In developing new skills and confidence the girls would praise how they learned new things and gain...

Treating 'Complicated Grief' -- New NIMH Study Seeks 200 Older Adults Suffering from Unrelenting Symptoms of Complicated Grief for Participation in Non-Drug Clinical Trial

...nd longing Feeling of disbelief or difficulty accepting the death Avoiding things that are reminders of the loss Bitterness or anger Feeling cut off or distant from others or intense loneliness Having many unstoppable thoughts, memories, or images of the person who d...

The Release Technique, a Solution to Helping Veterans Suffering Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

...f P.T.S.D. range from nightmares and flashbacks to headaches, chronic pain, troubled sleep, withdrawing from people, profound sadness, anxiety, guilt, anger fatigue, pessimism, sexual and relationship problems, emotional numbing, low self-esteem, and a wide range of medical problems. These are many of the ...

Family skeletons detrimental to healing

... Chair. "Family secrets lead to feelings of guilt, anger and helplessness. These feelings have a considerab... research increasingly shows that emotions such as anger and feelings of helplessness lead to a higher risk...stance, correlations have been established between anger and coronary heart disease. "As a researcher, it's...

Detecting Potentially Violent Behavior in the Workplace

...eaten legal action against others, including their employer, and constantly file one grievance after another. Angry: they have many hate and anger issues with co-workers, family, friends or the government. Violent: they applaud and demonstrate an uncomfortable fascination with violent a...

New Hope & Resilience After Destruction and Killings in Gaza, Israel

...lls groups. Also, data collected on children and adults in the CMBM Gaza program revealed significant decreases in symptoms of PTSD and depression and anger and increased hopefulness in those who participated in CMBM groups, gains which were largely maintained even during the ongoing siege of Gaza at six m...

Regular exercise reduces depressive symptoms, improves self-esteem in overweight children

...ar physical activity not only improves fitness and reduces fatness but also reduces insulin resistance (diabetes risk), improves cognition and reduces anger expression. "This adds to the evidence that exercise is great for people of all ages, physically and mentally," Dr. Davis says of the latest finding. ...

Listening Up in a Down Economy: Hearing Aids Prove to Be Effective 'Job Preserver' in Economic Tsunami

...with the hearing loss. Those with untreated hearing loss suffer from hearing loss compensation behaviors, such as pretending to hear, which results in anger and frustration in relationships, depression and depressive symptoms, feelings of paranoia, anxiety, social phobias, and self-criticism. "I ...

Docs More Supportive of Stem Cell Research Funding Than Consumers After Viewing President's Speech

... Total Democrats Republicans Independents Total (n=326) (n=104) (n=102) (n=112) (n=636) anger 4% 0% 10% 2% 4% Inspiration 33% 423% 13% 40% 34% Sadn...
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