Wellness and health
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SLEEP DISTURBANCE AND DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, AND FUNCTIONING IN COLLEGE STUDENTS
Sleep disturbance (SD) has complex associations with depression, both preceding and following the onset and recurrence of depression. We hypothesized that students with depressive symptoms with SD would demonstrate a greater burden of comorbid psychiatric symptoms and functional impairment compared to students with depressive symptoms without SD.
EFFECTS OF PILATES EXERCISES ON FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY, FLEXIBILITY, FATIGUE, DEPRESSION AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN FEMALE BREAST CANCER PATIENTS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED STUDY
There are very few randomized controlled studies on exercise in cancer patients. Consequently, there are no guidelines available with regard to the exercises that can be recommended and difficulties are encountered in the clinical practice as to which exercise is more suitable to the patients.
INDIVIDUALIZED YOGA FOR REDUCING DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY, AND IMPROVING WELL-BEING: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Depression and anxiety are leading causes of disability worldwide. Current treatments are primarily pharmaceutical and psychological. Questions remain about effectiveness and suitability for different people. Previous research suggests potential benefits of yoga for reducing depression and anxiety. The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of an individualized yoga intervention.
THE EFFECT OF MEDITATION AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON THE MENTAL HEALTH IMPACT OF COVID-19–RELATED STRESS AND ATTENTION TO NEWS AMONG MOBILE APP USERS IN THE UNITED STATES: CROSS-SECTIONAL SURVEY
The COVID-19 pandemic has been declared an international public health emergency, and it may have long-lasting effects on people’s mental health. There is a need to identify effective health behaviors to mitigate the negative mental health impact of COVID-19.