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Anxiety Disorders Clinical Trials

A listing of Anxiety Disorders medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (27) clinical trials

Strategies for Pregnancy Achievement

The purpose of pilot study application is to build on the investigators' previous work that established the prospective association between stress and infertility. Specifically, the investigators hope to collect the preliminary data necessary to make them competitive to submit a R01 application to NIH for funding of a full-scale randomized ...

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CBT for Young Mothers

Up to 50% of women who become parents during the teenage years suffer from mental disorders after the birth of their children. While they most commonly develop depression, anxiety problems and substance use disorders are also common, and in many cases they are comorbid. A significant proportion of these young ...

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Impact of Virtual Reality Before Oocytes Retrieval on Anxiety and Pregnancy Rate

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the impact of a session of virtual reality (VR) with the objective of lowering the anxiety level on the clinical pregnancy rate following an In-vitro fertilisation (IVF) procedure. Indeed, anxiety in relation to infertility happens frequently and over time, can become ...

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Anxiety and Reward Interaction and Prediction of Outcomes in Anorexia Nervosa

The objective of this study is to understand the effects of anxiety on reward responsiveness in adolescents with anorexia nervosa (AN), and how this interaction predicts behavioral outcome subsequent to intensive treatment. Investigators plan to test, for the first time, how acute activation of threat related emotional circuitry reciprocally alters ...

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Perioperative Music Listening on Anxiety Pain Analgesia Use and Patient Satisfaction

Some tissue injury is often unavoidable during surgery, which leads to unavoidable pain and anxiety during the perioperative and post-operative period. Acute post-operative pain and anxiety have been managed via pharmacological interventions (e.g. opioid-based analgesia) for over a century. However, non-pharmacological interventions - such as music - have also been ...

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Efficiency of Favourite Versus Predetermined Musical Sequence on Gynecology Pre-operative Anxiety

Patients are randomly allocated in two groups: control group: patients are asked to choose one of the U sequence among the preselected music style proposed by the medical device MUSIC CARE test group: patients are asked to prepare their own play-list containing their favourite songs Anxiety is assessed before and ...

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Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Cancer Patients With Depression and Anxiety

Cancer is a leading cause of mortality and morbidity worldwide. In addition, cancer is associated with high rates of depression and anxiety among its sufferers, and cancer patients with depression usually have worse treatment outcomes and long-term survival. Surprisingly, many cancer patients with depression do not receive treatment for their ...

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Evaluation of a Self-Care Toolkit in Surgical Breast Cancer Patients

The main research questions focus on whether the toolkit provides short-term benefits on symptoms associated with surgery (i.e., pain, anxiety, nausea) and whether it impacts emotional distress and other symptoms (i.e., pain, fatigue, sleep disturbance, global health, quality of life) at a two-week post-operative time point. This study will be ...

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The Periviable Birth Plan

Pregnant women who are at risk of delivering their infants in the periviable period can suffer a large amount of stress and anxiety. Moreover, many women feel a loss of control over their own pregnancy. There is some evidence that more counseling and planning can help reduce maternal stress and ...

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Fmri-based Neurofeedback With Anxious Adolescents Study

This study is part of workpackage 4 of the Braintrain project (EU-FP7 n602186), which responds to a huge clinical need for mechanism-driven therapies in psychiatry. Advances in neuroimaging and other neuroscience techniques have produced a wealth of information about the neural networks that can contribute to these disorders and their ...

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