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Psychiatry, Psychosomatics & Psychotherapy

05/06/2021 | News psychiatry, psychosomatics, psychotherapy

Despite advanced dementia: predominantly good quality of life

People who suffer from advanced dementia have a predominantly good quality of life, as the EPYLOGE study shows. More pension planning and support for caring relatives are necessary, however. More

03/18/2021 | News psychiatry, psychosomatics, psychotherapy

Dynamic walking predicts a rise in mood

There is a relationship with mood between gait, posture and movement patterns. The tendency of the mood can be predicted by the type of walking. More

03/10/2021 | News psychiatry, psychosomatics, psychotherapy

Ex-smokers: Not smoking makes you happy and reduces stress

A systematic review published today in the Cochrane Library shows that making the decision to quit is not only good for the body but also for the soul. Fears, depression and stress went ... more

03/02/2021 | News psychiatry, psychosomatics, psychotherapy

Working healthily in the digital world of work

The term work 4.0 refers to digital change. In this context, Work 4.0 encompasses the process of change in the world of work in the digital age. More

02/16/2021 | News psychiatry, psychosomatics, psychotherapy

Tender touches trigger positive social behavior

A publication in the journal Nature Neuroscience provides new insights into how the neuropeptide oxytocin coordinates social behavior. The results of an international team from ... more

01/19/2021 | News psychiatry, psychosomatics, psychotherapy

How music can help people with dementia

Music cannot stop the progressive loss of mental faculties in people with dementia. However, listening to or even better singing or playing songs can weaken the behavioral problems and ... more

01/13/2021 | News psychiatry, psychosomatics, psychotherapy

Neurodermatitis and psyche: Avoid developing feelings of guilt as much as possible

Neurodermatitis and the psyche are closely related. But it is precisely this knowledge that puts those affected easily under pressure - and that in turn can provoke eczema. How can you escape this vicious circle? The German skin and ... more