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Stress Clinical Trials

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


Found (11) clinical trials

Clinical Trial of Antioxidant Therapy in Patients With Septic Shock

Sepsis and septic shock are public health problems worldwide that represents an excessive cost for health systems. Despite the great technological and research advances, mortality can reach up to 80% in patients with multiple organ failure (FOM). Therapeutic studies focused on evaluating the usefulness of the use of antioxidants have ...


How Body Awareness Promotes Mental Health During Yoga and Physical Exercise

A recent annual survey of U.S. college freshman has found consistently declining levels of emotional health over the past 25 years. Exposure to such stress can have profound longitudinal effects on well being, influencing risk for disease later in life. Physical exercise is linked to benefits across a variety of ...

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Grip&Health: Behavioural Intervention to Reduce Smoking Stress and Improve Financial Health in Low-SES in Rotterdam

Grip&Health: randomised trial which will examine the effect of theory-based multicomponent behavioural intervention for reducing stress, smoking and improving financial health and perceived health of low-SES residents in Rotterdam. Between January 2018 and July 2018, a total of 300 participants will be recruited and randomised either to a stress management ...

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Optimizing Treatment Response in VA Specialized Intensive/Inpatient PTSD Programs

Fifty Veterans who are currently receiving treatment in the PTSD RRTP at a Midwest VA will be recruited to participate in a Group PE protocol. Participants will engage in 12, 90-minute sessions of Group PE over the course of 6 weeks. Treatment consists of psychoeducation, rationale for treatment, and in ...

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Impact of Life Events and Psychological Stress in Rheumatoid Arthritis Set-up : Case-control Study Within a Multifactorial and Integrative Psychological Model

The physiopathology of RA is multifactorial, implicating genetic and environmental factors. Within the environmental factors, the exact role of psychological stress and life events on the onset of the disease is still under question. In clinical practice, patients usually report the occurrence of a stressing life event before the diagnosis ...

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Can Timed Performance Tests be Used to Determine Exercise Capacity in Lung Transplantation Candidates?

Severe exercise intolerance exists in lung transplant candidates. Completion of the test period in the field tests used in determining the exercise capacity of these patients is extremely difficult. The exercise capacity, which is considered as an important criterion in the decision of the lung transplant decision and in the ...

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Effect of Anaesthesia on ER Stress in Cancer Patients

We hypothesize propofol and sevoflurane based anesthesia would show different pattern of endoplasmic reticulum stress after cancer surgery in patients with cancer

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Predicting Responses to PTSD Treatment With Iris and Cardiovascular Tests

In this study, individuals will undergo an assessment that includes taking a history of their previous exposure to traumatic events, an assessment of current mental health symptoms including those associated with PTSD, and an assessment of physiologic measures, such as blood pressure and pupillary responses to light. For individuals who ...


Resilience and Well-Being Pilot Study

To participate in this study, Veterans must first be enrolled in the Resilience and Well-Being Program, a 5-week, group-based positive psychology program held at VA Puget Sound as part of standard care. After enrollment, Veterans may choose to enroll in this research study which evaluates the effectiveness of, and satisfaction ...

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Study of the Effect of the VR Technology on Recovery of the Autonomic Nervous System in Volunteers Affected by Strees.

Pure Purr technology is based on discoveries in neurophysiology, medicine, acoustics, and computer engineering, which are used to initiate the physiological process of recreation, i.e. allostasis. Literally this term means "achieving stability through change". This is an active mechanism playing a part in normalization of the tone of the autonomic ...

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