Has there finally been progress in the treatment of schizophrenia?

This article was reviewed based on Science X\’s editorial process and policies. The editors have highlighted the following attributes ensuring the credibility of the content: verified renowned news agency correct OK! Violent cases of schizophrenia, such as a patient who stabbed a nurse to death in France last week, are extremely rare, experts say. For … Read more

Incorporate Fragrance into Your Personal Care Routine: Tips for Using Aromatherapy to Improve Mental Health

In today\’s fast-paced and ever-changing world, there\’s a powerful tool waiting to be unlocked. Perfume or aromatherapy: the art of using scents to promote well-being as experts believe it offers a delightful and effective way to enhance mental health. Whether you\’re looking for relaxation, focus, or an energizing boost, incorporating fragrance into your self-care routine … Read more

Understanding home treatment coverage in health insurance plans

At the height of the Covid pandemic, there were reports of hospital beds not being available for new patients seeking hospitalization and treatment. Imagine facing such a situation or some other unforeseen circumstance where you are forced to take care of yourself at home for your health condition. But do health insurance companies accept home … Read more

In BC, Alberta and around the world, forcing addicts into treatment is a violent policy

Intervention without human rights goes by many names: involuntary institutionalization, compulsory drug treatment, \”forced treatment\”, forced abstinence, or some combination of all of these terms. Evidence shows that forced treatment leads to an increased risk of death and deprives survivors of autonomy, while positive benefits have not been established. Involuntary treatment in the Global South … Read more

As cancer drug shortages grow, some doctors are forced to ration doses or delay treatment

Widespread cancer drug shortages are forcing doctors to make difficult decisions about how to treat their patients, including dose rationing and switching to other treatment options with potentially more side effects. As of Wednesday, the Food and Drug Administration has listed 14 cancer drugs in short supply. The oncology shortage is especially critical, FDA Commissioner … Read more

Alpha-Theta Neurofeedback Training for the treatment of PTSD

After the trauma, patients are in a state of permanent excitement. Alpha-Theta neurofeedback training aims to reduce its activation. Find out more here. Last update: May 25, 2023 Alpha-Theta neurofeedback training is an intervention with the potential to help a multitude of patients. Indeed, it is successfully used for the treatment of various clinical disorders, … Read more

Treatment of depression reduces cardiovascular risk

Patients who manage their depression through psychological therapy have a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease. This is the result of a large cohort study conducted in the UK. \”Those whose symptoms of depression improved after therapy were 10% to 15% less likely to experience a cardiovascular event than those who did not,\” the authors reported … Read more

Ozempic could be an accidental treatment for addiction: report

Health From Alex Mitchell May 23, 2023 | 1:26 PM Wonder drugs like Ozempic and Wegovy, which have recently exploded in popularity for their incredible weight-loss side effects, can also quiet the addictive nature of a person\’s mind, experts say. Patients who have taken these type 2 diabetes treatments with semaglutide have confessed to controlling … Read more