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These are the slides from my talk at the First International Symposium on Translational Models of Panic Disorder. Vitoria, ES, Brazil, November 16-18, 2012.
See my comment on proper choice of treatment based on expert diagnostic evaluation in prior post. Self-diagnosis is just as bad as self-treatment. I will blog Jeff Kahn’s and my piece in HR executive in the next post. >>IMAGINE this situation. You fall into a deep malaise. Friends say you need help, but you don’t have insurance (or the insurance you do have has very limited mental health benefits), and you worry that extra bills will only add to your malaise. So you do nothing. … Continue reading
Now Open for Registration: Psychiatric Comorbidities of Migraine Headache Webinar, National Headache Foundation, Tuesday, Nov. 13
Slide show of Webinar On Tuesday, Nov 13, 630PM US CST, I will be doing a NHF webinar on the psychiatric comorbidities of migraine headache, focusing on recent panic disorder research, epigenetics of early childhood adversity, PTSD and migraine, traumatic brain injury and migraine, the endogenous opioid system, affective neuroscience and other pertinent topics. Feel free to register and forward to anyone interested in the topic etc. Psychiatric Comorbidities Of Migraine Headache via Psychiatric Comorbidities. Tuesday, November 13, 2012 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM CST … Continue reading
Psychological trauma and early life stress probably too. Chronic mild stress induces anxiety-like behavior and down-regulation of dopamine system activity in rats via OASIS.
From Korea: Acupressure for anxiety in pre-hospital transport settings: A systematic review and meta analysis
Korea spends tons less than the US for health care with better results, (including way higher life expectancy) but I don’t know if this is related to studies like this one. Acupressure for anxiety in pre-hospital transport settings: A systematic review and meta analysis via OASIS.
Of interest as delta OR is also involved in anxiolysis. OASIS.
From the Society for Neuroscience Meeting: Microglial acid-sensing t-cell death associated gene-8 (tdag8) receptor in co2 evoked behavior and physiology: Relevance to panic
Their finding supports our position that panic/anxiety and predator stress/fear are two different phenomenological&biological animals. A true translational moment indeed. Not sure if I am allowed to post the whole abstract, but the link is here. Program#/Poster#: 68.14/V18 Presentation Title: Microglial acid-sensing t-cell death associated gene-8 (tdag8) receptor in co2 evoked behavior and physiology: Relevance to panic Location: Hall F-J Presentation time: Saturday, Oct 13, 2012, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Authors: *L. E. LARKE1, J. RUSH1, K.-Y. LI2, I. LEWKOWICH3, R. W. … Continue reading
Ist WORLD SYMPOSIUM ON TRANSLATIONAL MODELS OF PANIC DISORDER- I Simpósio Internacional sobre Modelos Translacionais do Transtorno do Pânico
I Simpósio Internacional sobre Modelos Translacionais do Transtorno do Pânico. I Simpósio Internacional sobre Modelos Translacionais do Transtorno do Pânico Português English Ist WORLD SYMPOSIUM ON TRANSLATIONAL MODELS OF PANIC DISORDER Home General Information » Program Registration Registration Fees Venue Contact I Simpósio Internacional sobre Modelos Translacionais do Transtorno do Pânico Presentation This year is the 20th anniversary of the two most influential theories on the etiology and brain mechanisms of panic disorder, namely, the THEORY OF THE DUAL ROLE OF SEROTONIN ON PANIC … Continue reading
One wonders if an updated view of genetics, i.e. one that includes epigenetics would make more sense. We mentioned the nexus of migraine, panic disorder, separation anxiety and abdominal symptoms in childhood in our 2008 paper [Preter M, Klein DF. Panic, Suffocation False Alarms, Separation Anxiety and Endogenous Opioids. Progress in Neuropsychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry 32/3 (2008) 603-612. Full version at PubMed Central] and lecture. Before the headache Infant colic as an early life expression of migraine Amy A. Gelfand, MD, Katherine C. Thomas, … Continue reading