Today is World Trauma Day, 2019!

 

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According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), trauma is a major cause of death and disability across the world.

WHO research has shown that at least 50 percent of road deaths occurring in developing countries could have been prevented with effective interference after trauma has occurred, that is:

  • Immediate pre-hospital care
  • Adequate knowledge of handling emergency situations (involves training of personnel)
  • Adequate supply of pre-hospital care equipment and facilities (enough ambulances and other medical supplies).

Commemoration of World Trauma Day emphasizes the importance of saving and protecting a life during the most critical moments and preparing and applying critical measures to deal with and avoid trauma fatalities.

 

Bentham Science publishes articles related to WORLD TRAUMA DAY in its Subscription based journals including:

  1. Current Psychopharmacology
  2. Adolescent Psychiatry 
  3. Current Psychiatry Research and Reviews
  4. Current Psychopharmacology   

 

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World Trauma Day 2017!

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Today, on the 17th of October 2017, we raise awareness about the Trauma and related disorders and their possible treatments. Bentham Science Publishers has various research journals dedicated to the Trauma and related disorders. The most significant are:

Current Psychiatry Reviews

Adolescent Psychiatry

 

What We Know of Migraine

Migraine is among the most prevalent problems, and is very hard to deal with. Doctors and researchers have been perplexed for decades what exactly causes it and how can it be fought off. Migraine is signified by chronic headaches that recur either in days or weeks. The pain can be mild or intensified, varying from case to case. But no one is yet sure about the reason for this problem.

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Suspecting that it is caused by high or low blood pressure, trauma, high level of stress, some deficiency or any such issue, people try to resolve it through medicines, exercise and change in diet etc. The pain may disappear for the time being but it returns with the same strength. This goes to show that there is some other reason, and the researchers believe that migraine is genetic disorder. Researchers, psychologists and doctors consider it illusive in nature as migraine cannot be diagnosed through X-rays, MRI, other means of brain imaging or any other physical symptoms. The only means of diagnosis is through the accounts of the patents about how often they face it, and how they feel in it.

The psychologists are now developing integrated solutions to attempt to treat migraine sufferers. They suggest lifestyle changes, diet alterations, pills as well as exercises to harness, if not eliminate, this widespread disorder. But the greatest developments are antimigraine drugs that can get patients rid of it.

Here are some important articles on migraine, published by Bentham Science Publishers:

http://www.eurekaselect.com/149377

http://www.eurekaselect.com/127406

 

World Trauma Day!

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Today, on the 17th of October 2016, we raise awareness about the Trauma and related disorders and their possible treatments. Bentham Science Publishers has various research journals dedicated to the Trauma and related disorders. The most significant are;

http://benthamscience.com/journals/adolescent-psychiatry/

http://benthamscience.com/journals/current-psychiatry-reviews/

PTSD symptoms tied to food addiction in women

It isn’t about what’s wrong, it’s about what happened!

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Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is noted as a mental health situation that occurs due to any terrifying event. Symptoms may involve flashbacks, nightmares and severe anxiety, as well as various thoughts about the event.

This does not surely mean that PTSD leads to food addiction, but it explains a connection with the mental condition caused by that disturbing events, researchers quotes“I would really admire to come across those people who bring a lot of history to their eating behaviors,” says Susan Mason, from the University of Minnesota.

According to a research“woman’s prospect of having food addiction rise with the number of PTSD symptoms” she reported.For example, those with almost six or seven PTSDsymptoms had more risk of food addiction. Researchers also endow the connection of PTSD and food addiction was strong when PTSD symptoms initiate at a basic age. There was bit dissimilarity when they glanced at what sort of trauma the women previously went through.

Women’s Weight status is not just a symptom of willpower and education; there may be psychological factors in the play too. Researchers are still oblivious which occurred first in a women –either PTSD or food addiction –or may be one causes the other.

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