Anxiety, depressive, and panic disorders are all common psychiatric comorbidities found in patients with migraine and headache disorders.
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Patients experiencing migraines can deal with significant disability, and as a result may search for risk factors that may be increasing migraine severity. What are some notable migraine risk factors, and how can they interact with other comorbidities?
Men are far less likely to seek help for their anxiety, both from medical professionals and their loved ones. What is needed to improve mental health outcomes in men with anxiety in terms of additional resources and understanding masculine stigma?
Patients with chronic inflammation often need to make significant lifestyle changes, as it can put them at risk for heart disease and cancer if left untreated. What are some foods with anti-inflammatory properties that health care professionals can recommend, and what are some inflammatory foods that should be avoided?
People with epilepsy are more likely to experience psychiatric comorbidities, which can have a highly negative effect on their condition, their mental state, and their overall quality of life. What are some of the effects stress and depression can have on a patient’s epilepsy?
The cognitive effects of multiple sclerosis are often associated with later stages of the disease. However, there may be some indicators of its involvement in patients with early stages. Understanding these factors — some of which are psychological and some of which are clinical — could help with treating and monitoring patients.
As January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month, promoting awareness of the various dietary methods for reducing glaucoma risk will help patients maintain their visual health.
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