Antidepressant use for anxiety, panic, and ADHD has increased.
The challenge associated with assessing for anxiety disorders is that the clinical features of one disorder can closely resemble those of another.
Recognizing red flag symptoms, such as anxiety, depression, and increased substance use, is important in helping victims who are reluctant to report the assault.
Whether to prescribe psychotropic medications in children with anxiety and sleep disorders is a common ethical dilemma faced by primary care providers.
The findings of these two studies support a sharper focus on air pollution as a leading global health concern, according to an accompanying editorial.
Psychophysiological insomnia affects more female patients than male and is uncommon in children.
About 50% to 70% of patients diagnosed with anxiety report having difficulty sleeping.
Higher anxiety-symptom levels were associated prospectively with increased risk for incident stroke.
Receiving adequate medication or psychotherapy may take years.