People who experience sleep problems and attempt to alter their sleep patterns via maladaptive coping mechanisms, such as napping or using sleep aids, may experience worse quality of sleep.
Infection, inflammation, and metabolic disorders early in life could increase the chances of developing depression and psychosis during adulthood.
A new analysis of medical evidence of domestic mass shooters in the US reveals the majority of those who commit mass shootings have underlying and untreated mental health conditions.
Study reveals there is no significant uptick in men who played high school football reporting problems with brain health in middle age compared to their peers who did not play sports. However, ex-football players were more likely to experience sleep problems and be prescribed medications for chronic pain during mid-life.
Digestive symptoms, such as diarrhea and anorexia, are common in COVID-19 patients. Almost 50% of coronavirus patients from the Hubei province of China presented digestive symptoms and cited them as their main symptoms.
According to researchers, Botulinum toxin, or Botox, injections can help to reduce the frequency of chronic migraines. Compared to those treated with a placebo, migraine suffers experienced 1.6 fewer attacks per month following Botox injections.
A new study reveals neuroimaging may prove useful in revealing patients with depression who may respond well to psychotherapy.