Depression is a condition in which a person feels discouraged, sad, hopeless, unmotivated or disinterested in life. Depression and Anxiety disorders are different; however people with depression often experience symptoms of an anxiety disorder, such as nervousness and irritability problems. Over the past few years, researchers have been moving towards a conclusion that depression and anxiety are two faces of one di... Readmore

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2019-04-30 Review Article

Sleeplessness and health

Sunitha V, Jeyastri Kurushev, Felicia Chitra and Manjubala Dash*

Sleep influences each intellectual and physical health. It’s essential for a person’s well-being. The reality is when we see at well-rested people, they’re working at an exclusive degree than people making an attempt to get by way of on 1 or 2 hours much less nightly sleep. Loss of sleep...

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2018-09-11 Research Article

Anti-anxiety effects in mice following acute administration of Ficus Thonningii (wild fig)

Aduema W, Akunneh-Wariso C, Ejiofo DC, Amah AK

The effect of acute administration of ethanol extract of F. thoningii on anxiety and fear in Swiss white mice was studied. 30 adult Swiss white mice of both sexes were randomly divided in to three groups of 10 mice each. Group1 served as the control and was administered normal saline only. Gro...

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2018-07-24 Research Article

Mindset kinetics and some depression status: A new quantitative model under biochemical - toxicology approach?

Luisetto M*, Ghulam Rasool Mashori, Behzad Nili-Ahmadabadi, Farhan Ahmad Khan and Kausar Rehman Khan

Depression: According Pubmed Health: Depression is a state of low mood and aversion to activity that can affect a person’s thoughts, behavior, feelings and sense of well-being (moderate or severe).

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2018-04-24 Review Article

Responding to Disasters More than economic and infrastructure interventions

David Crompton OAM*, Ross Young, Jane Shakespeare-Finch and Beverley Raphael AM

Objectives: Natural disasters confront individuals, communities and governments with the challenge of rebuilding and addressing psychosocial sequelae. With the increasing number of natural disasters it is timely to evaluate the efficacy of interventions and strategies to addre...

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2018-03-16 Research Article

Vestibular-limbic relationships Brain mapping

Paolo Gamba*

Vestibular disorders and anxiety are closely related, probably because they share some neuronal pathways. Ageing and patient comorbidities are important facilitating factors, and multiple vascular risk factors could contribute to the onset of a vestibular syndrome called vascular vertigo. Whit...

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2018-02-12 Case Report

May we feed cancer?

Maria Grazia Spurio*

The patient with an oncological disease presents a series of discomforts related to the psychological sphere such as depression, pain, sense of usefulness, anger, but also inconveniences related to food sphere. Neoplastic disease interferes with eating behaviour for several reasons. The commun...

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2017-09-25 Review Article

Spiritual and religious Islamic perspectives of healing of posttraumatic stress disorder

Mevludin Hasanovic*, Izet Pajevic and Osman Sinanovic

It is known today that psycho-trauma and PTSD cause different levels of mental and social dysfunction. Human spirituality and capacity to meet further life difficulties become severely damaged. There is wide accepted attitude today that in holistic approach in process of healing PTSD and psych...

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2017-09-14 Review Article

Anxiety and depression as an effect of birth order or being an only child: Results of an internet survey in Poland and Germany

Jochen Hardt*, Lisa Weyer, Malgorzata Dragan and Wilfried Laubach

Background: Various studies examined the effect of birth order. First born children show usually better cognitive performance than their later born siblings. Studies on emotional aspects yield heterogeneous results, sometimes in favour of first born, sometimes in favour of lat...

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2017-05-05 Mini Review

Multi-factorial Depressive Disorders Need Multi-dimensional Interventions

Mustafa Melih Bilgi*

Depressive disorders are so frequent and disabling health conditions which have been inarguably accepted to be a public health concern [1]. Many drugs have been developed to treat depression, however the efficacy of the antidepressants are inadequate particularly for mild or moderate depressio...

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2017-03-09 Research Article

Burnout and Related Factors in Caregivers of outpatients with Schizophrenia

Hatice Demirbas* and Erguvan Tugba Ozel Kizil

Objectives: Care of a person with schizophrenia involves multiple problems, possibly leading to burnout which is a culturally influenced phenomenon. The aim of this study was to investigate burnout and related factors in caregivers of outpatients with schizophrenia.


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