Our bodies are wise and can alert us when something is wrong. Unfortunately, many people don’t listen. If we don’t tune in, our bodies may become chronically sick. However, every once in a while, we may receive an instant of clarity. In those moments, capturing the message is crucial. When the author’s body almost gave […]
The phrases have distinct connotations, and one should not be used in place of the other, according to mental health specialists.
Keeping Health Care Workers Healthy During COVID-19: Exploring the Link Between Fear, Resilience, and Psychological Distress
This study found that incorporating the Fear of Covid Scale (FCV-19S) and the 14-item Resilience Scale (RS14) into the analysis revealed interesting insights. When FCV-19S was included, it was associated with psychological distress, but job titles were not. However, when RS14 was considered, resilience was protective! Additionally, physicians showed lower FCV-19S scores, while nurses and
Small moments of anxiety can pass almost beneath our notice, but they add up and take a toll. There are ways to manage them.
Death anxiety and satisfaction with life among the adults in the social isolation process of Covid-19 pandemic: the mediating role of perceived stress
In humans and animals, exposure to changes in internal or external environments causes acute stress, which changes sleep and enhances neurochemical, neuroendocrine, and sympathetic activities. Repeated stress responses play an essential role in the pathogenesis of psychiatric diseases and sleep disorders. However, the underlying mechanism of sleep changes and anxiety disorders in response to acute
The COVID-19 pandemic has had numerous maternal and neonatal consequences, especially at the mental level. Pregnant women experience a rise in anxiety symptoms and prenatal stress. The aim was to describe self-perceived health status, general stress and prenatal stress and to analyze relations and associations with sociodemographic factors. … During the first trimester of gestation,
Shunning his smartphone for a “dumb” one changed the way Jose Briones engages with the world — and he likes it that way.
The 27-year-old Colorado resident turns to CDs when he wants music, instead of streaming it.
When he has to get someplace, he prints out directions before setting out or, if needed, falls back on the sometimes-forgotten practice of asking a stranger which way to go.
Prevalence and variables .associated with depression, anxiety, and stress among Chilean higher education students, post-pandemic
Mental health among university students is a public health problem in Chile, understanding that this population is susceptible to mental disorders. The present study aimed to determine the prevalence and variables influencing depression, anxiety, and stress in Chilean university students. A representative sample (n = 1,062) of Chilean university students and a cross-sectional study design were used.