MMDMA, the active component in the drug known to night-clubbers as ecstasy, helps cure post-traumatic stress disorder.
Cancer elicits a cascade of events, thoughts and emotions which are often insufficiently addressed.
Constant anxiety can affect our digestive, urinary and even respiratory systems, cause risk of infections, and changes in cardiovascular function.
Better known to nightclubbers as ecstasy, the euphoria-inducing drug MDMA appears to alleviate Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in war veterans, firefighters, and police officers, researchers said Wednesday.
Scottish filmmaker returns with "You Were Never Really Here," a study of post-traumatic stress disorder that is every bit as visceral.
Estimates vary, but the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) believes about 13-20% of Iraq War vets suffer from PTSD.
Study by UKM's Caryn Chan shows that even if cancer patients do not have full-blown post-traumatic stress disorder most experience some symptoms of it.
First local study on earthquake’s impact on mental health shows 2015 Ranau earthquake victims felt traumatised and dissociated, but follow-up research needs to be done.