Month: February 2020

Antidepressants – Pros and Cons

Such a term as antidepressants , the pros and cons of which still cause a lot of conflicting opinions among scientists, is familiar to almost all people, even very far from medicine. That’s just what this “beast” is, and with what it is “eaten”, not everyone knows. Unfortunately, many specialized somatic doctors are unaware of this plainly. From the name of […]

Canadian scientists find a molecule indicating depression

In people who suffer from depressive states, the amount of miRNAs, molecules found only in primates and in humans, decreases in the brain. This discovery will provide an opportunity to approach the development and creation of new antidepressants aimed at increasing the concentration of this molecule. This conclusion was made by Canadian researchers from McGill […]

A simple blood test will help diagnose depression

A team from Northwestern University said a blood test could help diagnose depression. It turns out that in the blood of people suffering from this disease there are special chemicals. This means that in the future, the determination of depression will become possible not only through routine testing. In their work, the researchers used blood samples from […]

Scientists have compared fresh water with antidepressants

According to leading experts, they were able to find out that there is a certain relationship between the properties of fresh water and the number of patients diagnosed with clinical depression. So, scientists have found that a “heavy” liquid is able to exert an effect similar to antidepressant on a person. According to experts, by 2020, […]

Aspirin Helps Eliminate Depression

Scientists have suggested that depression is not due to psychological problems, but is a consequence of a person’s physical condition. If it comes to depression, then the use of antidepressants immediately comes to mind. However, according to scientists from Cambridge University, the treatment of depressive conditions may consist in the use of antibacterial and anti-inflammatory drugs. […]

Bruxism in children

Bruxism (unintentional gnashing of teeth) is a fairly common problem among both children and adults. Such symptoms are observed in 7-20% of adults and in 25-50% of children. More often bruxism is observed in preschool children. Bruxism is a pathological condition that is accompanied by episodic day or night rhythmic activity of the masticatory muscles and friction […]