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This study will explore the dynamic interaction between mental resilience, anxiety and depression in elderly patients with gastric cancer 1 year after surgery, in order to better understand the role of these two factors in patients' mental health, and provide accurate insights for clinical practice and targeted psychological support strategies.
Infertility affects married adults, and In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is an Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) that can be treated. Women undergoing IVF are more likely to experience depression. There is a need to reduce depression by supporting and advising sufferers. The aim of this study is to evaluate pharmacist counseling's impact on pregnancy rates in depressed infertile females during IVF treatment.
The aim of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of Tidal Model-based emotion regulation interventions on recovery in individuals diagnosed with depression and nursing diagnosis of impaired mood regulation. The research was designed as a randomized controlled trial. The main hypothesis; After nursing interventions for emotion regulation based on the Tidal Model, there is a significant difference between the recovery, difficulty in emotion regulation, depression levels and nursing outcome criteria of individuals in the intervention and control groups.
This virtual, open-label, three-group, randomized-controlled trial will last six weeks. Participants will be allocated into three groups; the Intervention Group, Spotify Group, and Control Group. All participants will complete a baseline questionnaire before completing their designated regime daily for six weeks. In addition, participants will complete study-specific surveys and validated questionnaires at the end of each week (Week 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6). The study will include 75 [participants in total, 25 per group, who all have self-reported concerns around anxiety, stress, or depression. Questionnaires will be used to monitor sleep, cognitive ability, and changes in symptoms of anxiety, depression, and stress. Both study-specific questionnaires and validated questionnaires will be utilized, including the Generalized Anxiety Disorder Assessment (GAD-7), the 9-question Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9), Perceived Stress Scale (PSS), and The World Health Organisation- Five Well-Being Index (WHO-5). Likert scale responses will be examined from baseline to each check-in. Participant responses on product feedback will be presented as % scores.
The goal of this a quasi-trial model with pre and post-test control group is to determine the effect of laughter yoga on depression and serotonin levels in patients undergoing bariatric surgery. The main question's it aims to answer are: - Question 1: Does laughter yoga reduce the level of depression in patients undergoing bariatric surgery? - Question 2: Does laughter yoga increase serotonin levels in patients who have undergone bariatric surgery? 158 patients who underwent bariatric surgery in the General Surgery Service of a university hospital in Malatya/Turkey and 6-24 months after the operation participated in the study. Sample size was determined using power analysis and 62 patients were sampled. 31 patients were determined as the control group and 31 patients as the experimental group. 10 sessions of laughter yoga were applied to the patients in the experimental group who agreed to participate in the study that met the criteria. No intervention was made in the control group.
The forest healing system is an important topic of alternative therapy in recent years. To investigates forest therapy's effectiveness in alleviating negative emotions among post-cancer patients. It compares therapy outcomes at Taipei Botanical Garden and Fushan Botanical Garden. Utilizing a pretest-posttest experimental design, a two-hour guided forest healing activity serves as the intervention method. Data collection involves instrumental tests and saliva samples.
The current post-market clinical investigation has been designed to evaluate the efficacy and safety of CELLBOOSTER® Lift, a HA-based product marketed by SUISSELLE SA. For this purpose, healthy subjects with signs of skin aging with mild to moderate wrinkles, skin laxity, dry and dull skin on the face, received a 3-session treatment and were followed-up over a 4-month period after the initial injection. Several objective measurements of skin quality were performed with different parameters: skin elasticity, density, dryness, microcirculation, wrinkles, color/homogeneity. Clinical improvement was also evaluated, as well as subject and investigator satisfactions. The safety of the injections was also followed with injection site reactions and adverse events collection.
C. sativum could potentially serve as a memory enhancer for university students. It is considered a preferable option to stimulant drugs due to its safety profile. Additionally, C. sativum may have positive effects on anxiety, depression, and sleep quality. However, it is important to note that the current body of research on the effects of oral C. sativum on the brain and nervous system is limited, and further studies are necessary to fully understand its potential benefits. Thus, this study aims to assess the impact of oral C. sativum on memory performance, anxiety, depression, and sleep quality in university students.
The investigators have developed a mobile application named 'DangDang Care' (which conveys the meaning of managing diabetes confidently and consistently through psychological care) designed to provide psychological support and enhance diabetes self-management for people with type 2 diabetes experiencing depressive symptoms. The application incorporates a behavioral activation program. Subsequently, the investigators conducted a 12-week randomized controlled trial, enrolling individuals with type 2 diabetes and mild-to-moderate depression, with the assistance of public health centers. The trial aimed to assess the effectiveness and feasibility of the application in promoting consistent diabetes management through added psychological care.
This study aimed to investigate the effect of auricular acupressure (AA) to relieve constipation symptoms and improve quality of life in patients hospitalized for their heart failure. A total of 72 participants were randomly assigned and 68 (33 in the AA group and 35 in the control group) completed the study. Outcomes were measured by the Bristolv Stool Form Scale, Constipation Assessment Scale, Patient Assessment of Constipation Symptoms, Visual Scale Analog, Beck Anxiety Inventory and Beck Depression Inventory at baseline, Weeks 1 and 2, as well as Constitution in Chinese Medicine Questionnaire and Patient Assessment of Constipation Quality of Life at baseline and Week 2.