TMS and Panic Disorders

Panic disorder is one of the most common anxiety disorders. The patients are generally resistant to drugs and psychotherapy, which can turn the disorder in a chronic and preventive manner.

Dementia and TMS

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is a non-invasive method that can change the brain functions. It is used for therapeutic purposes in many psychiatric disorders. In addition to its clinical effect, TMS has also another effect increasing the cognitive performance.

Recent developments on panic disorder

In this article, the recent studies made on panic disorders are summarized. The age range where panic disorder is observed the most is 20-29, and it was founded that the rate of prevalence in women of these ages is two times higher than that of men.

The Importance of Quality of Life

By its general meaning, quality of life is the convenience of reaching a level of wealth and prosperity. It stands for the individual having ideal conditions based on the place of s/he lives and her/his own culture.

Endophenotypes in Psychiatry

The concept of genotype provides information about the DNA structure of an organism. The concept of phenotype, however, is the view of this organism that appears upon the interaction of the genotype and environmental conditions.

Social Phobia and Cognitive-Behavioral Thereapy

Social anxiety disorder, which is also known as “social phobia” in daily life, is a disorder included in the group of anxiety disorders, namely the psychological disorders with the main symptoms of anxiety, fear and anxiety.