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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 (359) clinical trials

Effects of Probiotics on Symptoms of Depression

Preclinical and clinical studies have shown that consuming probiotics can improve mood, anxiety, and cognition, as well as alter brain activity in both rodents and healthy humans. Data from our recent open-label, 8-week pilot study provided the first evidence of these effects in depressed patients, with significant improvements observed in ...


Bioequivalence Study of Paroxetine Immediate Release (IR) Tablets Manufactured in GlaxoSmithKline Tianjin (GSKT) and Mississauga Sites in Healthy Chinese Subjects

Paroxetine is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) and paroxetine IR tablets have been approved for the treatment of three anxiety indications in China. This bioequivalence study will evaluate Paroxetine IR tablets manufactured in GSKT (A) and Mississauga (B) sites in healthy Chinese subjects under fasting and fed conditions to ...


Healthy Lifestyle Intervention for High-Risk Minority Pregnant Women

A randomized controlled trial will test a cognitive behavioral skills building intervention (COPE-P) in Black and Hispanic women experiencing emotional distress in two sites (New York and Ohio) to determine if the intervention leads to better health behaviors, better psychosocial health (anxiety, stress, and depressive symptoms), and improved birth and ...

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Probiotics Brain Structure and Psychological Variables

A double-blind RCT intervention study will be conducted to investigate the effect of a probiotic dietary supplement vs. a placebo, taken by healthy human participants (N = 60) for 28 consecutive days. Both substances are administered in doses of 4.4g (powder) per day. The probiotic dietary supplement used in the ...

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Novel Behavioral Intervention to Enhance Social Connections in Anxiety and Depression

The overall goal of this project is to develop a novel transdiagnostic behavioral treatment -- social approach training -- intended to enhance positive social connections in individuals with elevated anxiety and/or depression. Social relationship impairments are pervasive and debilitating consequences of anxiety and depression. Existing treatments have some beneficial impact ...

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Evaluation of a Physical Activity Referral Scheme

Evidence of effectiveness for UK exercise referral is unclear. This representation has been deemed an unfair assessment of its potential to impact public health. This is due to systematic review evidence that reports evaluations of exercise referral interventions that are not evidence-based or underpinned by behaviour change theory. This evaluation ...

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Bioequivalence Study of Paroxetine Tablets and Paxil Under Fasting and Fed Conditions in Chinese Healthy Volunteers

The study design is an Open-Label Randomized, Single-Dose, 2-way Crossover Bioequivalence Study with a washout period of 14 days. During each session, the subjects will be administered a single dose of 20 mg Paroxetine (one Paroxetine Hydrochloride Tablet 20mg or one Paxil Tablet 20 mg) under Fasting and Fed conditions. ...


Early Intervention AND NURSING Support for an " Involuntary Commitment Procedure " for a Close Relative

The patient that is meeting during time travel at Psychiatric Emergency come with their families wich live (or have been lived) the crisis at home, in the street, with their family doctor. With a psychic incoming sufferance, when the patient refuses his medicines, doctors ask to someone close to the ...

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Pain Self-management Program for Older Adults

The program is delivered through a secure platform administered by the Online Therapy Unit for Service Education and Research at the University of Regina. Using a patient preference randomized control trial (RCT) design, participants (n = 120) will be enrolled in either the online group or workbook group, or to ...

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The Role of Cognitive Control in the Transdiagnostic Conceptualization of "Intrusive Thoughts"

The primary aims of this study are to utilize self-report and behavioral measures to examine whether cognitive control is a common factor across three types of repetitive negative thinking (RNT): obsessions in OCD, worries in GAD, and ruminations in MDD. Specifically, the investigators aim to test whether individuals with obsessions, ...

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