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As people around the world face prolonged periods of confinement to their homes during the COVID-19 pandemic, stress levels may disrupt sleep patterns and worsen overall mental health.
A study of Chinese healthcare workers may foreshadow the mental health burden placed upon physicians, nurses, and other professionals as COVID-19 strains the medical system in the United States.
The COVID-19 epidemic has underscored potential gaps in mental health services during emergencies, while also testing the resilience of healthcare workers and medical systems.
The stresses and sleep disturbances of shift work can lead to major mental health issues, as well as workplace challenges, including safety concerns and poor on-the-job performance.
Largely understudied until recently, Functional Neurological Disorder presents a critical challenge to practitioners in neurology and psychiatry.
The key findings of the study, conducted in the world’s largest BD cohort with genotypic and phenotypic data, offer potential sleep-related genetic underpinnings for BD diagnostic groups.
Although 11.0% of individuals taking antidepressants developed dementia, only 2.6% of the unexposed sample went on to be diagnosed with dementia.