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Promo@Work Entrepreneurs

A randomized intervention study to promote work recovery and work ability among micro-entrepreneurs. The main aim is to investigate if the use of Recovery! -application results in better work recovery and work ability than no treatment for micro-entrepreneurs. The plan of action of the study merges: 1) the contents that are based on the needs of the target population and evidence from research on work related and health behaviour enhancing work recovery, 2) theoretical framewo...

Curb, Alter, Lower, or Manage Stress in HIV: CALMS-HIV

The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of a stress management group intervention for people with HIV. The study will evaluate several outcomes, including perceived stress, quality of life, psychosocial factors, and physiological measures of stress.

Stress Intervention for Chronic Urticaria

Stress and chronic urticaria has been linked. The purpose of the study is to evaluate a patients chronic urticaria and stress levels before and after he/she goes through six sessions designed to help that participant manage his/her stress.

Stress, Coping and Health Behaviors in Pregnancy

Stress is an important determinant of pregnancy health behaviors, maternal physiology and maternal-infant health outcomes. The purpose of this study is to explain the relationship between dimensions of lifetime stress and the stress hormone cortisol in pregnant women. Additionally, the study will examine how coping styles help pregnant women to better manage stress and improve their health behaviors to achieve the goal of having a healthy baby.

Stress Management in Obesity During a Thermal Spa Residential Program

Stress can lead to obesity via inappropriate eating. In addition, obesity is a major stress factor. Furthermore, stressed people are also those who have the greatest difficulties to lose weight. The relationships between obesity and stress are biological via the action of stress on the major hormones regulating appetite (leptin, ghrelin). International recommendation proposals suggest to implement stress management programs in obesity for a sustainable weight loss. Moreover, st...

Comparative Effectiveness of Stress Management

Many formerly homeless adults with chronic mental illness experience treatment resistant symptoms for which pharmaceutical agents and cognitive behavioral therapy are not effective. Although formerly homeless adults with chronic mental illness typically receive medical and psychiatric services to manage their illness, chronic stress and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) acquired from homelessness are difficult to resolve and many adults experience relapse that can result in...

Using Emotion Regulation to Decrease Aggression in Veterans With PTSD

Impulsive aggression (IA) is common among Veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and PTSD is one of the most prevalent post deployment mental health conditions affecting Afghanistan and Iraq Veterans. An inability to manage one's emotions (emotion dysregulation) is an underlying mechanism of IA. Reducing IA and increasing use of PTSD evidence-based psychotherapies are two critical missions for the Veterans Health Administration. This research supports these ...

Problem Management Plus for Entrepreneurs

Conflict and unrest over three decades has resulted in significant economic decline in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan and these now rank among the poorest regions in the country. The 2009-10 insurgency and subsequent security operations affected both regions and displaced an estimated 2 million people. The severe damage to infrastructure and livelihoods negatively impacted the social and economic fabric of the entire region. A...

Family Approach to Managing Asthma in Early Teens

The purpose of this study is to test two asthma management programs: (a) a school-based curriculum to empower middle school students to manage their asthma and (b) a parent training curriculum to teach childrearing skills that support the youths' growing autonomy and need to self-manage their disease.

Adaptation and Validation of Recent Life Changes Questionnaire for Measuring Stress Among Adults in Karachi, Pakistan

Stressors impair optimum function of an individual physiologically and psychologically. Overcoming stress is possible when one knows which aspects of life are the most troublesome to manage for individuals. There are certain tools available in Pakistan that can measures stress in selected populations but there are no validated tools that may quantify stress which results from events occurring in different aspects of life. Recent Life Changes Questionnaire (RLCQ) is a tool th...

ADAPT: Efficacy of a Dietary Supplement During and After Exercise

Since 1948, health has been defined as "a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity" . However, a growing school of thought suggests that health represents an ability to be adaptable and flexible in response to daily stressors. It has been proposed that instead, the view of health should be "towards the ability to adapt and self-manage in the face of social, physical and emotional challenges", which has been te...

Testing a Neurocognitive Model of Distancing Using Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation.

Distancing oneself from a current distressing situation is a mental skill that can help people to manage their emotions. However, little is known about how distancing works in the brain. Recently developed tools in neuroscience that can modify brain activity might be able to make distancing more or less effective. In doing so, the results could lead to a better understanding of the cognitive processes and neural circuits that support distancing as a form of emotion regulation. ...

Mind/Body Medicine and IBD Flare-Up

Ulcerative Colitis is an Inflammatory Bowel disease that is a life-long, relapsing disabling disorder. Current treatments for Ulcerative Colitis are not satisfactory. Most medications provide only partial relief, are not successful for at least 30% of patients, and have major negative side effects. Mounting evidence indicates that stress is one of the important triggers that activates symptoms of ulcerative colitis and therefore causes flare-up. The primary aim of this study is...

A Smartphone Intervention With Telemedicine Support for Management of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: A Randomized Trial

This study tests whether people receiving clinician support to use a mobile application on their smartphone can manage their post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms better than those who do not. Half of the participants will receive the clinician supported smartphone application intervention and the other half will remain on the waiting list.

Probiotics and Examination-related Stress in Healthy Medical Students

Probiotics are live microorganisms exhibiting multiple properties beneficial to health. An increasing body of evidence indicates that probiotics may support healthy brain function and may relieve stress. Recent research in this area has examined lactic acid bacteria in detail, but little is known about the stress-relieving effects of Saccharomyces, a yeast with probiotic properties. Psychological stress is a factor that allows people to successfully cope with various daily ...

Comparison of Mindfulness Meditation Tools For College Students

The purpose of this study is to determine what tools best assist university students develop a personal meditation practice to self-manage stress. The two treatment conditions are 1) independent meditation using web-based tools and apps, and 2) independent meditation using web-based tools, apps and EEG-based neurofeedback. Outcomes of interest include acceptability, adherence, changes in mental health (i.e., anxiety, stress), physical health (i.e., sleep, inflammation), resilie...

Comparison of the HyperQ Versus Conventional Electrocardiogram (ECG) to Detect Ischemia

The purpose of the investigation is to verify the efficiency of the HyperQ™ system in detecting exercise induced ischemia, with higher specificity and sensitivity than conventional ECG Stress testing. The study will be carried out by applying the HyperQ™ system during cycle ergometer stress testing in patients who are referred for angiography at the Department of Cardiology, Essen University Hospital, Essen, Germany. The HyperQ™ results will then be compared to the standa...

Impact of Thermal Stress on Pulmonary Absorption and Toxicokinetics of 3 Organic Solvents

In Quebec, thousands of workers are concomitantly exposed to heat and chemical compounds. Exposure to heat induces physiological responses that help maintaining a stable body temperature. Those changes can affect organ functions implicated in absorption and metabolism. According to literature, those changes could lead to increased concentrations of chemical compounds in the body and their toxicity. Therefore, the aim of this study is to evaluate the pulmonary absorption and tox...

Exploration of Dyspnea at Non-high Brain Natriuretic Peptide (BNP)

Patients with unexplained stress dyspnea ( ≥ stage 2 NYHA), no significant underlying lung disease, with an ejection fraction > 50%, normal resting filling pressures, NTproBNP < 220 pg/ml in < 75 years, and < 450 pg/ml in ≥ 75 years will be studied with stress echocardiography and cardiometabolic stress test (VO2). These patients may have abnormal adaptation during exercise, suggesting that chronic symptoms may be related to a heart failure with preserved ejection fraction ...

Broader Implementation of a Successful Dual-Generation Intervention in Partnership With Head Start of Lane County

This project involves the development of a scaled-up model of a successful dual-generation intervention targeting attention, stress, and self-regulation in families attending Head Start, and improvements of outcome assessments of the intervention. The investigators hypothesize that families randomly assigned to receive the intervention, compared to families not receiving the intervention, will show improved brain function for attention and self-regulation and improved physiolog...

A Mindfulness Based Intervention as a Key Component of Successful Workplace Functioning and Personal Well-being

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of an 8-week program in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) in reducing work absences and improving the well-being of healthcare workers. Half of participants will be healthcare employees who are frequently absent from work, whereas the other half will be healthcare employees with normal attendance patterns. All participants will undergo MBSR training and the outcomes of both groups will be evaluated.

Evaluation of PTSD Family Coach, a Mobile Phone App for Family Members of Individuals With PTSD

The proposed pilot study is designed to test the feasibility, acceptability, and potential effectiveness of a mobile phone application (app) developed by the VA National Center for PTSD (VA NCPTSD) for use by family members of those with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The primary objective of the proposed study is to assess whether family members of veterans with PTSD find the PTSD Family Coach app to be satisfactory and feasible to use. Secondary objectives are to deter...

An Intervention to Help Patients and Caregivers Manage Stress and Improve Communication Skills When Talking About Cancer

This study will test an intervention to improve Latino/a patients' and their caregivers' ability to manage difficult emotions and communicate about the patient's illness. This culturally sensitive intervention has the potential to reduce Latino/a patient and caregiver distress and improve patient and caregiver quality of life, shared understanding of the patient's illness, and patients' and caregivers' ability to discuss, identify, and document patients' treatment preferences. ...

Using an mHealth App to Transition Care of Type-1 Diabetes From Parents to Teens

Type 1 diabetes (T1D) afflicts approximately 154,000 people under the age of 20. Most people with T1D are diagnosed at a young age; their parents have to manage their child's condition. Eventually, the child must begin to take steps to transition to self-management. During the transition from parent to adolescent self-management, difficulties arise because adolescents may not be fully aware of, or want, to take responsibility for all the necessary tasks to successfully manage t...

A Personalized Intervention to Manage Physiological Stress and Improve Sleep Patterns

Globally, type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM) and obesity are considered to be the fastest growing disorders and their prevalence has increased dramatically over the last twenty years. Recent studies have shown that about 19% of UAE population has been diagnosed with DM and 57% of Emirati patients with type 2 DM are obese. Optimal glycemic control and weight management involve comprehensive lifestyle approaches including nutrition recommendations and adequate levels of physical act...

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