New survey shows allergies dramatically impact sufferers' moods and how they feel about themselves
A new Harris Interactive phone survey conducted among 1,000 allergy sufferers, 1,000 consumers (both allergy sufferers and non-sufferers) and 300 physicians shows that beyond the sneezing, sniffling and watery eyes, allergies also have deep and emotional impacts on a sufferer's mood and self-perce...
Nature Made SAM-e Complete Helps Americans Find Their Good Moods
Brand's Relaxation Oasis at Grand Central Terminal Helps Commuters Discover Their Good Mood During Hectic Day
NORTHRIDGE, Calif., June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- In today's fast-paced
climate, people are finding it easy for their emotions to get out of
balance, leaving them feeling moo...
New Book Helps Those with Bipolar Disorder Manage Diets - and Lives
...attacks, and even outbursts of rage. Thankfully there is a practical solution. By learning to eat in a way that stabilizes insulin and blood sugar, my moods
improved dramatically, and I was able to easily shed all that unwanted fat."
In February 2009, the medical journal Psychiatric Services publi...
Gloomy Days Dim Cognitive Powers of the Depressed
...ys are linked with memory and other cognitive problems in people suffering from depression.
Previous research has shown that many people feel their moods
shift with shifting skies, with more depression linked with less sunlight, but this is the first time that light exposure and cognition have been pai...
Washington, DC Plastic Surgeon Mark E. Richards, M.D. Says Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy has Staggering Health Benefits that Could Change the Way We Age
...he hormone pellets. The response so far has been enormously positive. “Both male and female patients have just been ecstatic. They tell me their moods
and energy levels have been dramatically increased and that they feel refreshed when they wake up. Cholesterol and blood sugar levels have dropped. Wo...
People who wear rose-colored glasses see more, University of Toronto study shows
...biological reality than metaphor.
"Good and bad moods
literally change the way our visual cortex operate...l cortex takes in more information, while negative moods
result in tunnel vision. The study appears today i...of Anderson's and lead author of the study. "Good moods
enhance the literal size of the window through whi...
Post-Exercise 'Glow' May Last 12 Hours
...ncing neurotransmitters, such as endorphins, in the brain.
The findings point yet again to exercise as a cheap, easily accessible tool against blue moods
and even depression, Sibold said. "I think that's really important for the general public to know -- depression is so widespread."
The "dose" of ex...
Changes(TM) Kit for Girls - 'What Every Girl Wants.'
...own thoughts and experiences, a calendar to track menstrual cycles, her very own stationery, multi-color mood pen and aroma therapy to help adjust her moods
when hormones are trying to take over.
Either way, the Changes (TM) kit will help put the giggle back in the girl and give her confidence thro...
New National Online Survey Says Bipolar Depressive Symptoms Have Impact on Day-To-Day Tasks as Well as Social Activities(1)
... Many people with bipolar disorder report spending more time in the depressive phase(5) -- which includes feelings of sadness and emptiness, depressed moods
and inability to concentrate -- than in the manic phase.(4) This fact was confirmed in the online survey, with 61 percent of people with bipolar diso...
Feel Better Network Launches Web Site for Relief in Challenging Times
...rmation about medications and therapy, an extensive library, up-to-date research articles, and the latest tools to help members track and manage their moods
and progress . Membership is free.
FBN's Chief Operating Officer, Dr. Kathleen Nickerson, a practicing clinical psychologist says, "What's diffe...
moods in Medical Technology
moods in Medical Definition
...mood at three and six months after the body contouring procedures. They found the subjects’ quality of life improved and significantly enhanced their moods
which had remained stable at the six-month point.  Most body lifting patients return to non-strenuous work in about two to three weeks.
moods in Medical Dictionary
...s really part of the ... Clinical depression information: symptoms, treatment, antidepressant medications, ... Manic - depression : Alternating moods
of abnormal highs (mania) and lows ... Provides causes, symptoms, and treatment for the bipolar disorder which causes extreme mood swings with...
... Dysthymia , also known as dysthymic disorder, is classified as a type of ... Dysthymia is a chronic type of depression in which a person's moods
are regularly low. ... with major depressive disorder, dysthymia occurs more women in women ... Dysthymia Symptoms, Treatments and Medications...
moods in Biological News
Can happiness be inherited?
...in our lifetime can affect our children.
Dr. Halabe Bucay suggests that a wide range of chemicals that our brain generates when we are in different moods
could affect 'germ cells' (eggs and sperm), the cells that ultimately produce the next generation. Such natural chemicals could affect the way that sp...
News tips from the Journal of Neuroscience
...t not for sexual behavior per se.
Mapping the Regulation of Negative moods
Tom Johnstone, Carien M. van Reekum, Heather L. Urry, Ned H. Kalin, and ...that everyone has blue moods, but the failure to effectively regulate those moods
might underlie susceptibility to major depressive disorder. The authors use...
Prenatal Stress Keeps Infants, Toddlers up at Night, Study Says
...f healthy development, and plays a critical role in consolidating memory and facilitating learning, regulating metabolism and appetite, promoting good moods
and sustaining both cardiovascular health and a vigorous immune function.
Weve long known that a childs sleep is vital to his or her growth, bu...
Nobelist discovers antidepressant protein in mouse brain
...gnaling by boosting levels and binding of serotonin to receptors. Previous studies have suggested that serotonin receptors are essential in regulating moods
and in mediating the effects of SSRIs, but given the complexity of the serotonin system, exactly how these receptors work remains a mystery.
Depression gene may weaken mood-regulating circuit
...oupling in the circuit, a poorly regulated amygdala response and impaired emotional reactivity ?resulting in increased vulnerability to persistent bad moods
and eventually depression as life's stresses take their toll.
Other members of the NIMH team were: Dr. Lukas Pezawas, Dr. Bhaskar Kolachana, Dr. Mi...
moods in Biological Technology