Care home workers suffer Covid trauma, anxiety: study
[HOLD FOR AVNIKA] The addiction to online shopping can increase the risk of anxiety, depression and other mental health problems, psychotherapists claimed.
A heart attack is a serious medical condition that needs to be attended to immediately. Failure to do so can have fatal consequences. Spotting the warning symptoms early on can make the difference. In some cases, a person may already be having a silent heart attack and yet is mostly unaware of it.
Retired swimmer Michael Phelps has spoken candidly about his battle with depression.
Scientists found a link between marijuana abuse and anxiety disorders, in a study that also looked into the effect of childhood abuse and other factors on weed smokers.
Specialists weigh in on whether fidget spinners, the latest new toy, can help you feel less anxious or more focused.
About 94 percent of Americans think suicide is preventable sometimes, but 67 percent would tell someone if they were contemplating suicide.
Actress Olivia Munn has went public announced that she has a rare anxiety disorder called trichotillomania during an interview with The New York Daily News. "I don't bite my nails, but I rip out my eyelashes," the 32-year-old actress explained to the Daily News . "It doesn't hurt, but it's really annoying. Every time I run out of the house, I have to stop and pick up a whole set of fake eyelashes."
A team of Rutgers University researchers thinks some poor women might be getting misdiagnosed as mentally ill when their anxiety stems from the stress of poverty.
Speculation turned into confirmation Wednesday when Aubrey Huff's disappearance from the San Francisco Giant starting lineup was explained. A serious performance anxiety attack has placed the Giants first baseman on the 15-day disabled list
In the search for an explanation of why a U.S. soldier left his base in Afghanistan at night and killed 16 civilians in their homes, some experts have raised the possibility that mental illness or a brain injury played a role in the massacre.
A survey from the United States and Canada found 40 percent of police officers had symptoms of a sleep disorder, including sleep apnea and insomnia.
We are born pre-wired for mental illness
Newer antipsychotic drugs are often prescribed for conditions they aren't approved to treat, with questionable benefits, according to a study.
A new research from a Case Western Reserve University faculty member in psychology shows that when people do worry from time-to-time, it can be intrusive and obsessive and interferes in one's life, thus affecting the heath of their social relationships.
Children who suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder are three times more likely than other children to be bullied, said University of Florida researchers. The study also said that bullying can make OCD symptoms more profound.
Studies show that one out of eight soldiers who fought in Iraq shows signs and symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder. According to the U.S. Naval Health Research Center, a soldier who has a pre-existing mental disorder has a higher possibility of getting a post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after being sent to a battlefield. Soldiers diagnosed with anxiety disorder, depression, personality disorder or any other psychiatric disease has the potential to develop the PTSD.