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Anxiety disorders, which often commence in childhood, are among the most common psychological disorders encountered in primary care practice, with 1 year and lifetime prevalence (excluding post-traumatic stress disorder) of 12.0 and 21.1%, respectively. Because of their wide range of clinical...
Anxiety disorders are highly prevalent, come in many forms and are often chronic, with many patients requiring long-term maintenance therapy. Anxiety and depression may also be comorbid in up to 50% of patients, leading to problems during diagnosis and treatment. Despite their frequency, the...
Overall, patient outcomes in the primary care of depression are seldom as good as those achieved in clinical trials – the “efficacy gap”. Many factors contribute to this, including poor patient compliance, poor family and social support and negative media reporting of antidepressants....
Depression is a highly disabling, recurrent disease that imposes a significant burden on the individual, their close contacts, and on society. Despite the existence of treatment guidelines for major depression, management frequently falls short of these recommendations, sometimes due to...
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