In dementia patients, depressive symptoms may be reduced with high-intensity exercise and group activities. Author of the dissertation Gustaf Boström explained, “Unfortunately, depression is common among older people, especially in people with dementia. Treatment with antidepressant drugs is often… Read More
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and insomnia linked to depressive symptoms, fatigue, and disability. The findings of the study suggest that addressing sleep issues in rheumatoid arthritis patients may improve depressive symptoms, fatigue, and disability.
The study was a cross-sectional examination of… Read More
A sunny outlook on life doesn’t just brighten your day in the present – it could also help protect your brain from dementia in the future.
Dementia is a decline in mental ability that is severe enough to affect one’s… Read More
It’s often said that those who are older are happier, but this doesn’t seem to be the case. Research from the University of Bradford suggests that after the age of 65 there are more depressive symptoms occurring instead of greater… Read More
Researchers have found that complete symptom resolution for a person with depression can greatly reduce the recurrence of another major depressive episode. The findings, which come from researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, uncovered that… Read More
A high-fat diet has been shown to create brain changes that can contribute to anxiety and depression. The latest findings, which were conducted on mice, revealed that an increase in body weight and high blood sugar as a result of… Read More
A new survey by the Centers for Mental Health and Addiction in Toronto suggests half of workers with depression don’t recognize the need for depression treatment. Out of all the participants, 40 percent of respondents experienced significant depressive symptoms, but… Read More