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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.


Found (23) clinical trials

Mindful Hearts Study

Evidence demonstrates that chronic stress doubles the risk of myocardial infarction and contributes to proinflammatory processes implicated in coronary artery disease and stroke. Veterans who have experienced combat are at greater risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD) compared to noncombat Veterans and non-Veterans. However, previous research has focused primarily on male ...

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Health Benefits of Gardening

The goal of this project is to better understand how interacting and working with plants in a group gardening activities program in a greenhouse, or a group art program that takes place indoors and is devoid of images or depictions of plants influences the overall health and well-being of participants. ...

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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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Fear of Childbirth (Tokophobia) - Etiology Essence and Clinical Implications

Fear of childbirth (Tokophobia) is inconsistently defined in the research literature: some define it as an anxiety disorder while it is often defined as a form of phobia; some regard only the pre-pregnancy period, some regard the anxiety during pregnancy and some focus on the labor process. Despite the high ...

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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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An Early Intervention to Increase Maternal Self-efficacy After Preterm Birth

This study aims to investigate the effects of an early intervention (joint observation and video feedback) on maternal parenting self-efficacy following a premature birth. Mothers who have given birth to a very premature baby will be randomly allocated to either the early intervention or usual care whilst the infant is ...

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Perioperative Music Listening on Anxiety Analgesia Use and Patient Satisfaction

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

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Stress and Fertility: How to Lower Stress When Trying to Conceive

Although stress is likely not a cause of infertility, research has shown negative effects of psychological stress on in vitro fertilization (IVF) outcomes. IVF processes have also been shown to increase stress in infertility patients. Patients that have had failed at IVF cycles are noted to have more stress. The ...

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Empathy and Standard Diagnostic Procedures in an Outpatient Breast Clinic Might Not be Enough

The fact having to have a breast biopsy taken due to suspected breast cancer is an emotionally exceptional situation not only because of the threat to be diagnosed of cancer but also because the breast is perceived as a symbol of womanhood, sexuality and motherhood. Time, however, is scarce in ...

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Innovative Delivery of Evidence Based Psychotherapy to Women With Military Sexual Trauma

The purpose of this project is to test, using mixed qualitative and quantitative assessment strategies, the efficacy of PE delivered via home-based telehealth (PE-HBT) versus PE delivered via standard service delivery (PE-SD) using a randomized, between groups, repeated measures design. Objective 1: To compare, at post, 3 and 6-month follow-up, ...

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