Month: January 2020

Callousness and Stiffness Syndrome – Asperger Syndrome

In psychiatry, there are a number of psychological disorders, described in detail and not questioned when making a diagnosis. This psychological disorder used to be equated with autism. But the famous Austrian psychiatrist Hans Asperger studied in detail the behavioral characteristics of people with this deviation and found out that it is radically different from autism. This syndrome […]

Female sexual disorders – how to overcome them?

Experts are confident in the purely psychological reason for the development of various female abnormalities in the field of sexual life. As a rule, female sexual disorders relate to the inability to receive satisfaction from sexual intercourse. Problems in sexual life are the woman’s reluctance to engage in sexual relations (lack of attraction) for a long time, […]

Scientists say that Twitter helps identify psychopaths

Scientists from the USA after conducting a special analysis of various messages on the social network Twitter found that they can recognize users suffering from mental disorders. Specialists from Johns Hopkins University were able to identify users of the social network Twitter with mental illnesses and disorders. A detailed report on the work of specialists is […]

Seafood Protects Against Fears and Depressions

Doctors advise including seafood in their diet. They will help the body deal with stresses and depressions that they can provoke. This is especially true in the autumn-winter period, when the human psyche experiences additional pressure associated with changes in the weather. As a result of the study, scientists calculated that regularly using marine fish and seafood, a […]

Genetic relationship between depression and insomnia established

A group of scientists from the United States found a molecular genetic correlation between depressive disorders and sleep disturbance. Experts even managed to identify a specific genetic sequence that links these two states.   Depression, according to experts, is very often combined with problems with sleep. So, for example, a serious depressive disorder always proceeds against the […]

Stroke in middle-aged women causes depression

Middle-aged women who suffer from depression are almost twice as likely to get a stroke. Australian scientists conducted a 12-year study in which more than 10,000 women, aged 47 to 52 years, took part. Researchers have reported that a causal relationship between depression and stroke has not yet been established, however, it is possible that inflammatory […]