Anxiety disorders

Anxiety disorders

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(Condition)
26 Nov 2015 Learn about types of depression: major depression (mild, moderate, severe), bipolar disorder, postnatal depression, anxious depression & seasonal affective disorder.
(Medicine)
25 Nov 2015 Clomipramine is an antidepressant that treats symptoms of depression. Who is clomipramine for, and which other illnesses mean you need to be careful about taking it?
(Consumer publication)
03 Jul 2015 Learn how to use benzodiazepines safely to avoid tolerance and dependence, and how to safely reduce and stop a benzodiazepine if you have been taking one long term.
(Topic)
02 Sep 2014 People with depression, anxiety or experiencing grief will often feel physical and/or mental fatigue. There are many strategies and treatments that can help. Find out more.
(Condition)
30 Apr 2014 Read about the link between asthma, depression and anxiety, and learn to recognise the signs of developing depression and anxiety.
(Media release)
02 Dec 2013 The December 2013 edition of Australian Prescriber is out now. The December issue covers off-label prescribing and drug treatments for anxiety.
For health professionals (e-newsletter for health professionals)
14 Nov 2013 Antibiotic awareness week | Learn about biosimilars | Toxic energy drinks | Ketoconazole discontinued | NEW!: Evidence behind health news | Fast Five: Men's health | Use of statins: appropriate patient selection is key | Online case study for GPs, pharmacists & nurses | Clinical e-Audit - latest advice for GPs about CVD risk assessment | Promoting safe use of oral anticoagulants - for pharmacists
(Consumer publication)
17 Sep 2013 Anxiety disorders are now the most common mental health problem in Australia, affecting 14% of people.
For health professionals (Health professional publication)
27 Apr 2012 Reviews the diagnosis and treatment of depression. Non-drug treatments are first-line in mild-moderate cases, but also important for more severe cases
For health professionals (Health professional publication)
02 Apr 2012 Depression is second after hypertension among the chronic problems most frequently seen by Australian GPs. We review the latest evidence and guidance.

Subcategories and conditions of anxiety disorders