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...
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.
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 wit...
Depression is a condition in which a person feels discouraged, sad, hopeless, unmotivated or disinterested in life.
Aim of the Journal
Depression and anxiety disorders are common at all ages. The shared cornerstone of anxiety and depression is the perceptual process of overestimating the risk in a situation and underestimating personal resources for coping.
Scope of the Journal
The aim of manuscripts published in Insights on the Depression and Anxiety is to accentuate how the frequency of depression and anxiety rates are related to biological, lifecycle, hormonal and psychosocial factors of human beings.
Reasons for Publishing
The scope of Insights on the Depression and Anxiety assimilates publishing all the updated and innovative investigations in the progression of depression and anxiety disorders.
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