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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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The Effect Of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation In Panic Disorder

Panic Disorder (PD) is one of the most common anxiety disorders. In spite of several available medications, there are unsatisfactory outcomes in a considerable proportion of PD patients and novel treatment approaches are lacking. Given that response to pharmacotherapeutical and psychological treatments occur after long intervals and medications may cause ...

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Anxiolytic Effects of Lavender and Orange Oil

Anxiety is a common problem for parents with children under sedation. It has long been known that operations, unconsciousness, the risks of the anesthesia and airway problems can cause a considerable amount of anxiety. Anxiety is associated with an uncertain psychological distress , and may vary to minor disturbances to ...

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Biofeedback Treatment of Anxiety Associated With Chronic Spinal Cord Injury

The purpose of this research is to test the feasibility of an intervention using biofeedback to treat stress and anxiety among individuals with tetraplegia. The expected duration of participation in this study is about 15 hours over the course of about 5 weeks. Participants will be randomly assigned to either ...

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Transdiagnostic Individual Behavioral Activation and Exposure Therapy

Anxiety and unipolar depression are highly debilitating and commonly co-occurring in young adolescents with lifetime prevalence rates estimated at 8.4% for major depression or dysthymia and at 31.4% for any anxiety disorder in youth ages 13-14 (Merikangas et al., 2010). Cognitive and behavioral therapies (CBT) have received strong support for ...

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ICU Diaries and Its Effects After the Unit Discharge

The Diaries will be filled voluntarily by the professionals who provide the patient care - psychologists, nutritionists, nursing technicians, nurses, physicians and physiotherapists. In addition, the patient's family members who wish to participate and collaborate with the Diaries may ask anyone on the team to assist them. The Diaries will ...

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UHW Angiogram Video Project

Patients undergoing cardiac catheterisation are understandably anxious. This is due to a lack of familiarity with both the hospital environment and the planned procedure. Anxiety may negatively affect their patient experience. Appropriate patient information can help improve understanding and reduce anxiety. In particular, video-based patient information prior to cardiac catheterisation ...

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Preoperative Hip Knee Anxiety Sleep Study

This will be a pre-post experimental design study. The pre-intervention group of 80 hip or knee replacement surgery patients will receive the Amsterdam Preoperative Anxiety and Information Scale (APAIS) and Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) in Preop Holding prior to having their block for their surgery. The block resident will ...

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The Effects of Music on ANS and Anxiety in Healthy Elderly and Persons With SCD

Single subject pretest-posttest design was used. 12 SCD subjects was recruited from the memory clinic and 12 healthy controls from the community. The anxiety level was assessed both by self-reports (State-Trait Anxiety Inventory and Visual Analogue Scale of Anxiety) and by objective measurements related to autonomic nervous system activities (heart ...

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Prefrontal Oscillations in Social Anxiety Disorder (POSAD)

Fear and anxiety are adaptive responses that may become excessive or inappropriate in pathological conditions, as defined as anxiety disorders in DSM-5. These disorders, including phobic disorders such as social anxiety disorder, are frequent and impairing in the general population, with an estimated lifetime prevalence of 28% and significant consequences ...

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