Data on Worldwide Mental Health Shows The Impact of COVID-19 A new survey that assessed the mental health impact of COVID-19 across the globe shows high rates of trauma and clinical mood disorders related to the pandemic. The survey, carried out by Sapien Labs, was conducted in eight English-speaking countries and included 49,000 adults. It showed… Continue reading Data On Worldwide Mental Health Shows The Impact Of COVID-19
Over Three Million Washingtonians Experiencing Depression, Anxiety During Pandemic It’s hard to believe, but the COVID-19 pandemic has entered its second year. A lot of factors have had an effect on the mental health of people in our state: illness, job loss, the weather, and much more. Like so many others the Cutler Family has… Continue reading Over +3M Washingtonians Experiencing Depression, Anxiety During Pandemic
The 10 Misconceptions About Psychiatry That Can Be Harmful Psychiatry has long been subject to criticism and debate. Back in the 1960s, a movement was launched to fix loopholes in the existing mental health practices. It was a healthy, constructive movement then, aiming at larger than life goals. Today, the very core of this constructive movement has… Continue reading The 10 Misconceptions About Psychiatry That Can Be Harmful
How Many TMS Treatments Will I Need? Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation is fast becoming a common treatment for patients suffering from depression and comorbid anxiety. This is due to its high efficacy rate and non-invasive nature. However, one thing that remains variable is the treatment frequency and how long lasting the benefits are. As an alternative,… Continue reading How Many TMS Treatments Will I Need?
Veteran Eases PTSD Suffering With TMS PLATTE CITY, Mo. — Five years: That’s how long it took for one retired Marine veteran to find the right treatment while battling with post-traumatic stress disorder. But with the help of a lot of people and a promising new technology, he is peeling back the layers of mental… Continue reading Veteran Eases PTSD Suffering With TMS
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a non-invasive method of brain stimulation which uses magnetic induction forces focusing on a particular area of the brain. The electromagnetic induction is generated from a coil using electricity and these pulses travel through the cranium to its specified receptor area of the brain. Several different methods of brain stimulation… Continue reading Transcranial Magnetic Stimulators Market Dynamics, Forecast, Analysis and Supply Demand 2017 – 2025
Repetitive TMS Treatment For Depressive Disorders Abstract Purpose of review After three decades of clinical research on repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), major depressive disorder (MDD) has proven to be the primary field of application. MDD poses a major challenge for health systems worldwide, emphasizing the need for improving clinical efficacy of existing rTMS applications and promoting the development of… Continue reading Repetitive TMS Treatment For Depressive Disorders
EEG Data Predictive Of Response To TMS For PTSD Electroencephalography (EEG) data may be used to predict clinical response to transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) in patients with comorbid major depressive disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to study data published in the Journal of Affective Disorders. Investigators conducted a prospective, unblinded trial of 5 Hz… Continue reading EEG Data Predictive Of Response To TMS For PTSD