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Management of the anxious patient: what treatments are available?
Fear of the dentist is a common phenomenon. There are many ways of dealing with anxious patients and this review aims to present the most common methods available to general dental practitioners. Clinical Relevance: An ability to deal with anxious patients successfully is undoubtedly a practice builder. Anxious patients can be stressful to manage but they often become the most vocal advocates of dentists that they trust.
School of Dentistry, Higher Cambridge Street, Manchester M15 6FH.
One of the biggest obstacles to becoming a master presenter is those butterflies that seem to be fluttering around in your stomach before you start to speak. Although you are an expert in your subject, your fears create a fight/flight reaction. Your hands become cold, your vital organs stop functioning properly, and a majority of your brain’s blood flow shifts to the ancient reactive defensive areas that reside just above your brain stem. Your mind and body begin shutting down. You are not your best. However, you can speak to small and large audiences in total comfort and excitement if you...
Let’s face it. For each and every one of us there is something or someone who inspires in us a level of anxiety and dread, which can reasonably be referred to as fear. For some it can be the thought of a snake, spider, dogs, or even wide open spaces. Others constantly live in utter misery as they tend to avoid many of the sights, sounds, and occurrences of modern-day life. What causes this and do we have a choice?
As humans we have a superior ability to anticipate and simulate. When we anxiously await the arrival of a person who we love or are overly concerned about the possibility...
According to be American psychiatric Association, a major depressive disorder is diagnosed when five or more specific symptoms exist for at least two weeks. The symptoms include constant sadness, irritability, hopelessness, feeling worthless or guilty for no reason, trouble sleeping, low energy or fatigue, and significantly change. As depression is widely considered more of a mental than physical problem generally there are no medical tests such as checking a patient's blood. However, recent revelations neurology may soon reveal physiological or genetic problems that are associated with...