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Since the first case of novel coronavirus disease COVID was diagnosed in December , it has swept across the world and galvanized global action. While these steps may be critical to mitigate the spread of this disease, they will undoubtedly have consequences for mental health and well-being in both the short and long term.
In addition, to establish the potential for the documentary to be used a Content type: Research article.
Published on: 3 February Published on: 29 January Due to the great burden of family and the conflicts among family, society and career roles resulting from migrant working, rural women suffer more conflicts between work and family and need more social attenti Published on: 2 January Given the significance of evaluating maternal functioning, and the lack of adequate Authors: Mojgan Mirghafourvand, Jennifer L.
Published on: 21 December To examine the relationship between treatment outcome, as measured according to change in alcohol consumption, and a history of childhood abuse emotional, physical, sexual in socially stable women undergoing Published on: 12 December Young mothers face mental health challenges during and after pregnancy including increased rates of depression compared to older mothers. While the prevention of teenage pregnancy in countries such as the Unit Authors: Grace Lucas, Ellinor K.
Olander, Susan Ayers and Debra Salmon. Published on: 5 December Despite the growing presence of menopausal women in workplaces, studies aimed at exploring the link between menopausal symptoms and job well-being are scarce. In the interest of addressing this gap, the presen Published on: 27 November Intimate partner violence IPV against women is a global health problem that is a substantial source of human suffering.
Authors: Sara B. Grillo, Melissa E. Dichter, Mary Driscoll, Megan R. Gerber, Kristin Gregor, Alison B. Hamilton and Katherine M. Migrants experience stress before, during and after migrating to a new country, all of which influences their mental wellbeing. In Norway, migration from Thailand is highly gendered as most Thai migrants are w Published on: 15 November Despite the increasing use of Assisted Reproductive Technology ART and the significant physical and emotional commitments that these treatments and procedures involve, only limited evidence exists regarding Published on: 12 July International literature reveals that single mothers experience increased levels of chronic stress, which is mainly due to economic hardship and reduced levels of social support.
Eventually this leads to psych Published on: 16 May Indigenous Maya women in Guatemala show some of the worst maternal health indicators worldwide. Our objective was to t est acceptability, feasibility and impact of a co-designed group psychosocial intervention Wo Published on: 3 April Mode of birth has been found to be associated with maternal postnatal adjustment with women who have Caesarean Sections CS thought to be at higher risk of emotional distress.
However the relationship is comp Published on: 4 March Epidemiological research suggests an interrelationship between mental health problems and the re occurrence of intimate partner violence IPV.
However, little is known about the impact of mental health treat Authors: W. Tol, S. Murray, C. Lund, P.
Bolton, L. Murray, T. Davies, J. Haushofer, K. Orkin, M. Witte, L. Salama, V. Patel, G. Thornicroft and J. Published on: 14 February There is a large disparity between alcohol treatment access and prevalence of hazardous drinking among same-sex attracted women SSAW. Yet, this population typically report low satisfaction with care and a re Lubman and Petra K. Content type: Study protocol. Published on: 6 February British Pakistanis are one of the largest ethnic minority groups living in the UK, with high rates of maternal depression being reported in this population.
Evidence suggests that culturally-adapted Cognitive Published on: 28 January International studies continue to emphasize the importance of mental health issues for women. Yet only a few researchers have use Published on: 19 December Women have been assuming more responsibilities and higher positions in major companies, which exposes them to high levels of stress.
Higher perceived work stress is related to higher emotional reactivity. Authors: Fernanda B. Pires, Shirley S. Lacerda, Joana B. Tobo, Carla R. Research on factors associated with partner violence against women is often framed within the context of gender inequality and power imbalances between husbands and wives—inequalities that are considered produ Authors: Seema Vyas and Henrica A. Endogenous ovarian hormones as well as exogenous oestradiol and progesterone play an important role in cognitive processing.
Specifically, these hormones play a role in different aspects of memory, both in ter Published on: 7 November Few studies to date have specifically assesse Published on: 16 August Rates of violence against women are reported to be highest in Africa compared to other continents.
We aimed to determine associations between mental illness, demographic, psychosocial and economic factors with Published on: 4 July The disenfranchisement from pub Published on: 15 June Immigrant women face greater barriers to health care, especially mental health care, than non-immigrant women.
However, immigrants are a heterogeneous group and bring with them a range of different personal, s Authors: Melanie L. Straiton, Heloise Marie L. Ledesma and Tam T. Published on: 25 May Published on: 22 May Worldwide, intimate partner violence IPV during pregnancy is a pressing and prevalent public health problem. Existing research has found close associations between IPV and perinatal mental health, yet little Published on: 24 April Knowledge of the association between child death and maternal mental distress may help to understand the indirect impact of reduction of under-five mortality on maternal mental wellbeing.
This will further hav Published on: 27 February Childhood and adulthood traumatic experiences negatively impact maternal-infant bonding and increase risk of postpartum depression PPD. Lower oxytocin levels have also been associated with PPD and compromise
In addition, to establish the potential for the documentary to be used a Content type: Research article. Published on: 3 February Published on: 29 January Due to the great burden of family and the conflicts among family, society and career roles resulting from migrant working, rural women suffer more conflicts between work and family and need more social attenti Published on: 2 January Given the significance of evaluating maternal functioning, and the lack of adequate
Emotional health is an important part of overall health. People who are emotionally healthy are in control of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. They can keep problems in perspective and bounce back from setbacks. They feel good about themselves and have good relationships. Emotionally healthy people still feel stress , anger, and sadness.
If you would like to be involved in its development let us know. Mental illness has huge cost implications for society and the NHS in terms of lost work days and healthcare. Research into the health effect of social networks and interaction could inform cost-efficient mental health initiatives and policies. Experts predict that by depression will be second only to heart disease as an international health problem. Social isolation has long been known as a key trigger for mental illness, while supportive relationships with friends, family and neighbours are beneficial to the mental health of individuals and the population.
Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act as we cope with life. It also helps determine how we handle stress , relate to others, and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood and aging.
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