Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : disorders

Relationship between Obesity and Mental Illness

Jhunilata Pradhan; Debashree Dey; Mamata Swain

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 1315-1322

Obesity is considered to contribute to a number of physical and mental problems. A convergence of adult obesity and rising morbidity and mortalité in men and women has been shown by many reports. Although the association between obesity and psychological wellbeing is well known. Obesity is commonly thought to be strongly related to certain behavioral disorders and can also be the source of overweight. Evidence for these views comes mainly from case reports, while large sample studies hasn't always supported these findings. Nevertheless, several findings have indicated that the chances of cardiovascular disease and death are directly linked to body mass index (BMI), however a rising research force researching psychological effects of obesity provides misleading outcomes. The physical health implications of obesity have been thoroughly reported. Most studies have shown that weight and psychological well-being are negatively related. The research paper is designed with the help of 200 young women interviewed with the help of a series of questionnaires to explore the relation between mental diseases and weight, particularly obesity.

Evaluation of the effectiveness of acupuncture in the complex treatment of neurological disorders in ischemic stroke

Dilbar T. Khodjieva; Tuxtaev I. Turakulovich; Khaydarov N. Kadirovich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 5780-5783

Taking into account the above, the identification of the possibilities of using acupuncture methods, along with other methods of treating acute cerebrovascular accidents, becomes relevant both from a practical and economic point of view. Intensive therapy, early rehabilitation and prevention of complications, the search for new approaches to treatment will reduce the mortality and disability of patients with this type of pathology


Preety Rajesh; Karthik Ganesh Mohanraj; Manjari Chaudhary

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 799-809

Depression occurrence is found to be three times higher in people with diabetes mellitus. Sometimes the majority of the cases with depression are under diagnosed. According to the International diabetes federation, diabetes is the largest global health emergency of the 21st century. A questionnaire was created with a set of ten questions related to diabetic patients and depression. 100 random participants of the age 25- 50 years took the survey and a random sampling method was done. More than half the participants are well aware that depression is common in adults with diabetes (57.5%). 71.3% think that diabetic patients are more anxious than a normal person, 54.5% are aware that using antidepressants in diabetic adults can be risky, 51% think that diabetes can be under diagnosed during treatment and 70% are aware that glucose metabolism will be altered if the doabetic patient is under depression or stress. Awareness about diabetic patients who could possibly be dealing with stress and depression was created.