Month: November 2017

Anxiety disorders More Common Among Women and Young Adults

Originally found on https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/310736.php A new review of research into anxiety disorders has reported that women and adults under the age of 35 are more likely to experience anxiety than other groups. The researchers found that women, young adults, and people with other medical conditions were most at risk for anxiety disorders. In particular, the researchers…

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Insomnia and Sleep Apnea Linked To Stroke Risk, Longer Recovery

Originally found on http://www.medicaldaily.com/poor-sleep-and-apnea-linked-stroke-risk-longer-recovery-393752 A good night’s sleep may help keep stroke away, suggests recent research published in the journal Neurology. German researchers reviewed dozens of earlier studies that examined the connection between stroke risk and recovery and various types of sleep disorders, from insomnia to obstructive sleep apnea. They found that two-thirds of stroke patients reported problems with…

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Understanding Anxiety Attacks

Originally found on https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/307863.php?sr An anxiety or “panic” attack is a sudden feeling of terror so intense that the individual experiencing it fears a total loss of control or imminent death. The attack usually occurs without warning and has no obvious cause. It may even wake a person from their sleep. In addition to this incredible…

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