An International Study Of The Relation Between Somatic Symptoms And Depression
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Somatic symptoms in relation to severity of depression
2.3 Diagnostic criteria and classification of severity of depression 8 2.4 Somatic symptoms in depression 9 2.5 Quality of life and depression 12 2.6 Measuring health-related quality of life 14 2.7 Rating scales in depression 16 2.8 Treatment of depression 17 Pharmacotherapy in depression and its side-effects 18
A Comparative Study of Quality of Life and Coping Strategy in
between the two groups on Coping Strategies and Quality of Life. It is found that Cognitive Restructuring and Social Support are negatively correlated with Depression. There is significant negative correlation between Problem Focused Engagement, Emotion Focused Engagement, cognitive strategy, Engagement, Quality of Life with depression.
The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Comprehensive Approach to Its
Clarification of the relation between the chronic fatigue syndrome and the neuropsychiatric syndromes is particu larly important. The latter disorders are potentially the most important source of confounding in studies of chronic fatigue syndrome. Somatoform disorders, anxiety disorders, major depression, and other symptomatically
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The Cultural Shaping of Depression: Somatic Symptoms in China
more somatic symptoms on spontaneous problem report and structured clinical interview compared with Euro-Canadians, who in turn reported more psychological symptoms on all 3 methods. The relation between culture and somatic symptom presentation was mediated by a tendency toward externally oriented thinking.
The Effect of Aerobic Exercise on Different Symptoms of
fective, cognitive, or somatic categories of depression symptoms are more af-fected by exercise and physical activity. Accordingly, an objective of this the study is to find out if exercise results in reduced depression, this reduction will be achieved mainly from improvement in which groups of deprthe ession
Associations between degree and sub-dimensions of depression
We hypothesized a closer relation between MetS and somatic-affective depressive symptoms compared to cognitive-affective symptoms. Moreover, we hypothe-sized a more frequent health care utilization in participants suffering from both depressive symptoms and MetS. Methods Procedure and study sample A total of N =14.499 participants were enrolled
Depression: patients and dentists
An international study of the relation between somatic symptoms and depression. N Engl J Med 1999; 341: 1,329 1,335. 4. Fishbain DA. The association of chronic pain and suicide. Semin Clin Neuropsychiatry 1999; 4: 221 227. 5. Konnopka A, Schaefert R, Heinrich S et al. Economics of medically unexplained symptoms: a systematic review of the
An International Study of the Effect of Physical Ill Health
ported symptoms of pain and psychiatric disorder (2 5), this association being most marked for patients with 5 or more symptoms whether or not these somatic symptoms have a medical explanation (3,6,7). In terms of outcome, the findings are more equivocal. In 1 study that investigated possible predictors of psychiatric out-
Depression and Diabetes
Symptoms of depression were screened using the Hospital Anxiety and Depres-sionScale(HADS)(15,16).Thescalecon-sists of seven items for depression (HADS-D) and seven for anxiety. Only HADS-D scores were utilized in this study.AmaincharacteristicofHADS-Dis that items covering somatic symptoms of depression have been eliminated to avoid
The relation between the patient health questionnaire-15 and
to explore the relation between somatic and depres-sive symptoms . The Chinese version had satisfac-tory internal consistency and test-retest reliability in a Hong Kong population . High score on the PHQ-15 was shown to be associated with female gender, young age, low educational level, and low economic status .
Examination of the Relationships between Mobbing and
deteriorates and symptoms such as depression, etc. occur. In the sixth and last stage of mobbing, the victim quits the job . In these two separate models, the victim is at risk of having trauma, depression or important psychosomatic disorders depending on adverse situations experienced on the stage which is expressed as deterioration of
Somatic symptoms and general aches and pains in primary care
Somatic symptoms are highly prevalent in depression. In the second Depression Research in European Society study (DEPRES II), lack of energy and disturbed sleep were among the three most common symptoms reported by patients with current depressive episodes.4 Similarly, more than two-thirds (69%) of patients with depression in one recent US
The relationship of perceived severity of tinnitus with
study examined the relation between the tinnitus severity, depressive and anxiety symptoms. Also, an attempt was made to see if there was any relation between hearing status, age and gender with the participants tinnitus severity, depressive and anxiety symptoms. The findings of the study would help in understanding the degree
A Controlled Study of Alexithymia in Adolescent Patients With
4. Simon GE, VonKorff M, Piccinelli M, Fullerton C, Ormel J. An international study of the relation between somatic symptoms and depression. N Engl J Med 1999;341:1329 36. 5. Kirmayer LJ, Robbins JM, Dworkind M, Yaffe MJ. Somatization and the recognition of depression and anxiety in primary care. Am J Psychiatry 1993;150:734 41. 6.
Anxiety, Depression and Self-Efficacy in Patients with
The present study analyses the relation between depression, anxiety and self-efficacy, and reveals higher levels of distress, anxiety and depression in patients with MG compared to healthy controls. Self-efficacy negatively correlates with these variables. These conclusions could provide an opportunity to deeply study
The relation of the anger subcomponent of Type A behavior to
somatic symptoms (Nakano, 1990b). There was, however, a negative association between the TABP and depression in Japanese females (Nakano, 1990c). In light of the mixed results pertaining to psychological symptoms among Type A indi-viduals, the present study sought to examine the issue analysing the relationship between
Relation between Depression and Hormonal Dysregulation
marked somatic symptoms, frequently observed in chronic diseases (APA, 2014). In addition to these factors, depression is more prevalent in c- females. A cording to a study carried out in 23 European countries, the depressive disorder is twice higher in women compared to men, reaching them mainly in the fertile periods (Velde et al., 2010).
Managing depression in primary care
international study of the relation between somatic symptoms and depression. N Engl J Med 1999;341:1329›35. 7 Simon GE,Goldberg D,Tiemens BG,Ustun TB.Outcomes of recognized and unrecognized depression in an international primary care study. Gen Hosp Psychiatry 1999;21:97›105. 8 Bass C, Bond A, Gill D, Sharpe M. Frequent attenders without
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Relation between symptoms of anxiety and depression in children: A multitrait-multimethod-multigroup assessment. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 65, 110-119. Seroczynski, A. D., Cole, D. A., & Maxwell, S. E. (1997). Cumulative and compensatory effects of competence and incompetence on depressive symptoms in children.
Mental Health Status of Female Workers in Private Apparel
Results: The study showed that 45.1% of the study population had General Health Questionnaire (GHQ) Likert scoring >=5, which is considered significant. General health questionnaire revealed that the prevalence of somatic illness is 11%, persons with symptoms of anxiety are 7.6%, social dysfunction is 7.1% and symptoms of depression are 6.8%.
Research Paper The association between urinary Alzheimer
often present with somatic and mood symptoms including depression. LLD may be an early manifestation or a risk factor of AD , 13, 14], which [4 is supported by epidemiological studies that found an increased risk of LLD converting to dementia compared to healthy controls  and possible progressive dementia within 2-4 years following
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The Relation between Somatic Symptoms The international study of somatization similarities between cultures with respect to somatic symp-toms and depression, the study suggests that these
Effects of vitamin D supplementation on symptoms of
Conclusions. It appears to be a relation between serum levels of 25(OH)D and symptoms of depression. Supplementation with high doses of vitamin D seems to ameliorate these symptoms indicating a possible causal relationship. Keywords: depression, obesity, vitamins. Introduction Vitamin D is produced locally in the skin by sun exposure.
Somatic symptom disorders and utilization of health services
The link between SSD and other mental health condi-tions, such as depression and anxiety, has been exten-sively studied. A large population-based study showed a strong relationship between depressive and anxiety dis-orders and somatic symptoms . A further general population study showed that somatic symptoms and
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AN INTERNATIONAL STUDY OF THE RELATION BETWEEN SOMATIC SYMPTOMS AND DEPRESSION Volume 341 Number 18 1331 tient completed, and a rating of severity on a five-point scale by
The relationship between dietary inflammatory index and
unexplained symptoms  are the relevant features of the somatization concept [35, 36]. However, only gastro-intestinal symptoms were evaluated using adequate clin-ical and technical approaches to provide a medical explanation, whilst other somatic symptoms are only indicative of somatization. More detail, including on the
Frailty and depressive symptoms in older adults: data from
In parallel, another approach to the study of the relation-ships between frailty and depression, incipient in national and international studies, is the search for peculiarities of depression that present among frail and pre-frail older adults. This approach may provide insights into the psy-chological impacts or subjective experiences of
PREVALENCE Comorbid pain related somatisation is common in
This brief report describes the relation between depression severity, painful somatic symptoms, and quality of life in Latin American outpatients diagnosed with major depressive disorder. The large sample was recruited from study sites across seven Latin American countries. Reported ethnicity was varied: 38.1% white, 50.7% Hispanic,
A study on depression and sleep disturbance among youth in
relation between depression and sleep alteration. This relation was statistically significant (P< 0.05).It was found that in comparison of without depression, students with depression had more poor sleep quality.Most of the sample shows sleep disturbance and it was severe among those with depression.(Moo-Estrella et al; 2005). 2.
High prevalence of somatic symptoms and depression in women
Spearman rho correlation test to examine the relation between the scores were utilized. Multivariate logistic regression analysis adjusting for significant confounders was performed to measure the association of depression and somatic symptom severity with headache frequency and headache-related disability. OR and 95%
Somatization is associated with
symptoms in a large population: the HUNT-II study. Psychosom Med. 2004, 66 (6): 845-851. 10.1097/01.psy.0000145823.85658.0c.Article PubMed Google Scholar 3.Simon GE, VonKorff M, Piccinelli M, Fullerton C, Ormel J: An international study of the relation between somatic symptoms and depression. N Engl J Med. 1999, 341 (18): 1329-1335.
Depression, anxiety, and their association with
study aims to study depression and anxiety in patients suffering from CKD and HD, and to study the sociodemographic factors associated with depression and anxiety in these patients. Materials and methods: This is a cross-sectional and hospital-based study. The sample of the study comprised of 60 patients suffering from CKD and undergoing HD.
The relation between social identity and test anxiety in
and depression and anxiety in particular (e.g. Gleibs et al., 2011; Haslam et al., 2016; Haslam and Reicher, 2006). This study will examine the relations between social identification and emotional and cognitive symptoms of test anxiety in a population of students diagnosed with test anxiety. The relation between social identity and
Association between physical activity and mental health among
disorders (anxiety and depression) in society, few data are available on the relation between physical activity and mental health (14-20). The aim of this paper is to examine the association between physical activity and mental health using a population-based study among adolescents in a city in south of Iran (Boushehr), with a religious community.
Symptom Dimensions of Depression Following Myocardial
pressive symptoms following myocardial infarction. Three symptom dimensions somatic/affective, cognitive/affective, and appetitive were compared with baseline left ventricular ejection fraction, Charlson comorbidity index, Killip class, and previ-ous myocardial infarction. The relation-ship between depressive symptom dimen-
Investigation of the relationship between hot flashes
depression could mediate pain symptoms, biochemi-cal indicators, drug use, sleep quality and quality of life [8 10]. We speculate that anxiety and depression in menopausal transition may also regulate the relation-ship between vasomotor symptoms and sleep disorders. erefore, the purpose of this study was to investigate
Relation between Early Maladaptive Schemas and Anxiety in
studied the relation between health symptoms (s omatization, anxiety and depression) and early maladaptive schemas payment. The results showed that significant relationships exist between early maladaptive schemas and symptom triad of somatization, anxiety, and depression (S hahamat, 2011).
Physical Symptoms of Depression: Unmet Needs in Special
For others, the link between depression and physical symptoms may be cultural. Unlike physical symptoms, depression may be regarded as shameful, or the physical maladies associated with depression may have cultural significance. For example, in Japan the word hara, mean-ing abdomen, is used in various cultural references and lit-
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international study of the relation between somatic symptoms and depression.N Engl J Med 1999;341:1329-35. 11 McKenna MJ.Differences in vitamin D status between countries in young adults and the elderly.Am J Med 1992;93:69-77. 12 Compston JE. Vitamin D deficiency: time for action. BMJ 1998;317:1446-7. 13 Malabanan A, Veronikis IE, Holick MF.