Stroke survivors who are 50 or younger are nearly three times more likely to have both anxiety and depression
than older survivors, according to the study published Tuesday in the American Heart Association journal Stroke.
The correlation is found between anxiety and depression
(p<0.0005), Where R-squared value is 0.1063.
Low back pain (LBP), as one of the most common diseases, is being experienced by about 70% of people at some point in their life.1 It affects the quality of life in patients, and imposes a high economic burden on social health care system.2 Moreover, LBP is associated with psychological disturbance including depression and anxiety, which influence the outcomes of treatment adversely.3 Also, the improvement of the anxiety and depression
status can help individuals control and manage pain in LBP.4 Lumbar disc herniation (LDH), which accounts for 50% of LBP patients, is the most common lumbar spinal disorder.5 Subsequently, psychological analysis should be paid high attention to in the treatment of LDH.
Similarly, boys with obesity faced a 33 per cent increased risk for anxiety and depression
compared to their counterparts.
The aim of our study was to evaluated the frequency of anxiety and depression
in patients of urolithiasis undergoing ESWL.
Anxiety and depression
are significantly high in cardiac patients that also affect their social functioning.
"Anxiety and depression
are the two most common mental health disorders in patients with CRS.
Symptoms of anxiety and depression
are reported more often in females than males.
Of the total number of participants, O'Donovan and colleagues found that 16 percent had high levels of anxiety and depression
, 31 percent had obesity, and 14 percent were smokers.
Tribune News Network Doha Michael Phelps, a 23-time Olympic gold medallist, delivered a keynote speech with a focus on his personal struggle with anxiety and depression
to over 2,000 delegates on the second day of the 2018 edition of the World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH).
The aim of this study was to investigate anxiety and depression
caused by sudden, idiopathic, one-sided hearing loss.
This study found significantly positive correlation between anxiety and depression
irrespective of any gender differences.