Friday, August 12, 2022

Mental Health

This nasal spray ketamine drug may help treat depression

This nasal spray ketamine drug may help treat depression

In a new study, researchers reported a ketamine-based nasal spray could help treat depression. The FDA has recently approved this drug to assist with treating...
A groundbreaking blood test for PTSD

A groundbreaking blood test for PTSD

In a new study, researchers developed a cutting-edge blood test for post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD. The test can accurately identify people who are at...
New brain stimulation may help treat depression

New brain stimulation may help treat depression

A new study has shown that brain stimulation could help reduce depression symptoms. The brain stimulation method is called transcranial alternating current stimulation, or tACS. The...
Exercise, but not supplements, could help you prevent depression

Exercise, but not supplements, could help you prevent depression

Recently, researchers have found to prevent depression symptoms, it is better to do more physical activities rather than taking nutritional supplements. Previous studies have shown...
Depression linked to higher stroke risk in older people

Depression linked to higher stroke risk in older people

A new study has shown that having more depression symptoms is linked to a higher risk of stroke in older people. People who report an...
Moderate alcohol drinking linked to less chronic pain and depression

Moderate alcohol drinking linked to less chronic pain and depression

In a new study, researchers found drinking alcohol moderately is linked to reduced depression and chronic pain. The research was conducted by pain researchers from...
Bad mood may signal health problems

Bad mood may signal health problems

In a recent study, researchers found a bad mood, such as anger, sadness, and fear, is linked to higher levels of inflammation and may...
Many older people in the U.S. feel lonely and isolated

Many older people in the U.S. feel lonely and isolated

A new study from Michigan Medicine shows that many older people feel lonely, especially in those with health issues. The new national poll finds that...
Excessive sweating may be linked to anxiety, depression

Excessive sweating may be linked to anxiety, depression

In a new study, researchers found excessive sweating is linked to mental health problems. They found may patients with hyperhidrosis also had either anxiety or...
Schizophrenia linked to a common personality, study shows

Schizophrenia linked to a common personality, study shows

In a recent study, researchers from the University of Nottingham found a particular aspect of personality, termed Schizotypy, could change the signals of the...