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Drug Treatment and Emotional Therapy for Anxiety

In my last article named “Anxiety”, I promised to bring the next one on the same disorder with some more drug usage and emotional therapies. It’s been found that along with drug treatment, the implementation of emotional therapy has brought fruitful results for Anxiety. Therefore, psychiatrists are consulted worldwide for seeking their counsels and suggestions. […]


Anxiety is a cardinal symptom of many psychiatric disorders and an almost inevitable component of many medical and surgical conditions. Indeed, it is a universal human emotion, closely allied with appropriate fear and presumably serving psychobiologically adaptive purposes. A most important clinical generalization is that anxiety is rather infrequently a “disease” in itself. Anxiety that […]


Introduction The primary clinical manifestations of major depression are significant depression of mood and impairment of function. Some features of depressive disorders overlap those of the anxiety disorders, including panic-agoraphobia syndrome, severe phobias, generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Extremes of mood also may be associated with psychosis, as […]