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  • Soldier's heart: the forgotten circulatory neurasthenia - a systematic review. [Journal Article]
    Int Rev Psychiatry. 2020 May 27 [Online ahead of print]Borges GP, Tonon JHA, … Castaldelli-Maia JM
  • Soldier's Heart (SH) is a former medical diagnosis, rarely mentioned nowadays, presented under several other names. Considering the controversy regarding the removal of Soldier's Heart diagnosis from DSM-5, this study aimed to conduct a systematic review to evaluate its usage in the clinical practice. Information on diagnosis, military stress, heart rate variability, treatment, and prognosis were…
  • On chronic fatigue syndrome and nosological categories. [Review]
    Clin Rheumatol. 2018 May; 37(5):1161-1170.Sharif K, Watad A, … Shoenfeld Y
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a heterogeneous disease which presents with pronounced disabling fatigue, sleep disturbances, and cognitive impairment that negatively affects patients' functional capability. CFS remains a poorly defined entity and its etiology is still in question. CFS is neither a novel diagnosis nor a new medical condition. From as early as the eighteenth century, a constella…
  • [The non-medicamentous methods for the prevention and treatment of the patients presenting with neurocirculatory asthenia and concomitant enhanced meteosensitivity]. [Journal Article]
    Vopr Kurortol Fizioter Lech Fiz Kult. 2017 Dec 05; 94(5):4-9.Uyanaeva AI, Tupitsyna YY, … Ksenofontova IV
  • CONCLUSIONS: The study has demonstrated that under the environmental and climatic conditions of the of Moscow region formation of biotropic weather factors of the hypoxic type (39%) constitutes a serious risk factor contributing to the development of imbalance in the vegetative nervous system and its exacerbations in response to variations of weather parameters. The application of the non-medicamentous therapeutic modalities (including interval hypoxic training and «dry» carbonic baths) for the management of the meteosensitive patients presenting with neurocirculatory asthenia is pathogenetically justified, and they can be recommended for both the treatment and prevention of weather- dependent pathological processes and their exacerbations.
  • Pressure Pain Sensitivity: Marker for Stress Affecting General Health. [Journal Article]
    Cent Eur J Public Health. 2017 03; 25(1):64-66.Vaněček V, Tuček M, Ballegaard S
  • CONCLUSIONS: The increased neuropsychological load/stress is connected with increased pain sensitivity to pressure. The PPS method is objective, reliable, simple, and noninvasive evaluation of the impact of stress and may be helpful in assessing medical fitness to work.
  • The impact of depression and cardiophobia on quality of life in patients with essential hypertension. [Journal Article]
    Psychiatriki. 2016 Jul-Sep; 27(3):192-203.Tsartsalis D, Dragioti E, … Kallikazaros I
  • Patients with chronic conditions like hypertension may experience many negative emotions which endorse the development of anxiety and depression symptomatology, thus they increase their risk for poor quality of life. Several studies have shown an association between symptoms of psychological distress and hypertension. In this study we aimed to quantify the link between depression, cardiophobia an…
    Lik Sprava. 2015 Apr-JunMatyash MN, Khudenko LI
  • As a result of examination 147, patients with traumatic encefalopatì슩 (TE) were explained the features of cognitive disorders, selected major psihopatologìcnì syndromes. The moderate cognitive disorders (KP) in patients THOSE, were observed in 40%bolnykh with the psikhorganicheskim syndrome, in 90.6% of patients with the asthenic syndrome, in 90.4%--by likvorodistsirkulyatornym syndrome and 76.1%…
    Lik Sprava. 2014 DecMatyash MN, Khudenko LI
  • The article gives information about the results of research of characteristics of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in the participants of the anti-terrorist operation (ATO), and refugees. Drawn attention to the fact that the demonstration took place in the study of PTSD patients, in the form of the following options: invasion (penetration); avoiding (displacement); hyperactivation. In the st…
  • [Prevention of the syndrome of barometeorosensitivity in the Arctic Circle]. [Journal Article]
    Voen Med Zh. 2013 Apr; 334(4):7-11.Ukhovskiĭ DM, Tegza VIu, … Belikova TM
  • Causes and mechanisms of barometeorosensitivity progression in servicemen, serving in the Arctic Circle, are described in this article. The authors proved conclusively the necessity of active detection of barometeorosensitive servicemen and case follow-up. The authors came to conclusion that it is necessary to include neurocirculatory asthenia into the list of medical contraindications to active …
  • [Neurocirculatory asthenia: psychoautonomic features and treatment possibilities]. [Controlled Clinical Trial]
    Zh Nevrol Psikhiatr Im S S Korsakova. 2012; 112(12):51-4.Frolova NL, Chutko LS, Surushkina SIu
  • The authors present the results of clinical, physiological and psychological examination of 31 patients with neurocirculatory asthenia with arterial hypertension syndrome. There was an increase in the levels of state and trait anxiety correlated with a number of physiological traits that confirmed a leading role of psycho-emotional sphere in the formation of hypertensive reactions. An evaluation …
  • The cardiac anxiety questionnaire: cross-validation among cardiac inpatients. [Journal Article]
    Int J Psychiatry Med. 2012; 43(4):349-64.van Beek MH, Voshaar RC, … Speckens AE
  • CONCLUSIONS: The CAQ is a reliable and valid instrument to assess cardiac anxiety in patients hospitalized with ACS. These results enable longitudinal studies to examine the relationship of heart-focused anxiety with cardiac prognosis and to evaluate interventions specifically targeted at anxiety in cardiac patients.
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