Tag Archive | "h. Anxiety"

Jet Lag Syndrome

Wednesday, June 24, 2009


What is it? Jet lag is also called desynchronosis. It is a short-term disorder that causes, insomnia, fatigue and other symptoms as a result of travel by plane across time zones. Symptoms of jet lag. Besides insomnia and fatigue a jet lag victims may experience constipation, anxiety, diarrhea, dehydration, headache, confusion, irritability, nausea, coordination problems, […]

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Panic Disorder Part III

Saturday, June 13, 2009


Let’s Talk Again Panic attacks become so critical for our day-to-day life that with this kind of psychological problem we will be quite motivated to seek medical attention. From another hand, if someone was told that nothing was wrong or the problem was pure psychiatric, the patient may feel upset or embarrassed or even ashamed […]

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Anxiety Quiz

Wednesday, June 10, 2009


How much do you know about anxiety and its origins, functions, consequences and disorders? Do you know psychophysiological mechanisms that generates anxious answers? Test your knowledge with our quiz. Anyone can take it now:       # Questions Please select A B C D 1   Anxiety is:   a. Harmful b. Physiological c. […]

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Sleep Deprivation

Monday, May 25, 2009


Sleep deprivation is a regularly deficiency of the required amount of sleep. It is usually happens as a consequence of sleep disorders. It is also known as forced inducement such as interrogation or a torture.   Effects of sleep deprivation: Side-effects of sleep deprivation can be similar to being drunk. Study shows that track drivers […]

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Sleep Apnea Disorder

Friday, May 22, 2009


Sleep apnea is a severe disorder when your breathing stops frequently while you asleep. These stoppages of breathing or “apneas” typically last 10 to 30 seconds. They can occur many times throughout the night. If sleep apnea is left untreated it can lead to severe health problems, nightly accidents, or premature death.   Watch Video:   […]

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Insomnia Part II

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

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Patterns of insomnia Insomnia pattern is commonly associated with the science of etiology. Insomnia starts with a difficulty falling asleep at the beginning of the night. It is usually associated with anxiety disorders.   Middle-of-the-Night Insomnia This type of insomnia can be described by the difficulty of coming back to sleep after being awaken in the […]

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