Tag Archives: Anxiety

AHA News: Younger Stroke Survivors More At Risk For Anxiety

TUESDAY, Aug. 13, 2019 (American Heart Association News) — Anxiety is more than twice as common in younger stroke survivors, especially those who show symptoms of depression, than in older patients, according to a new study that recommends routine mental health screenings for survivors of all ages. Anxiety is common after stroke and transient ischemic… Read More »

Teens are more concerned about anxiety and depression than drugs

Teens are more concerned about anxiety and depression than drugs: 96% say mental health is a ‘concern’ for their generation – while just 6% feel pressured to try drugs Pew Research Center interviewed 920 teens for their respected annual survey Around 70 percent of 13- to 17-year-old said mental health issues are a ‘major problem’… Read More »

Perinatal Depression and Anxiety: How Long Does It Last?

In the earliest studies, postpartum depression was described an episode of depression associated with childbirth, typically emerging within the first three months after delivery.  As more research has been carried out, we have learned that a sizeable number of women with PPD actually begin to experience symptoms during pregnancy.  The bottom line is that women… Read More »