Calming anxious patients: 4 mental health pillars

Article

As we continue to find ourselves in the middle of a global pandemic, anxiety may be at an all-time high.

As we continue to find ourselves in the middle of a global pandemic, anxiety may be at an all-time high. How do you balance calming an anxious patient and providing treatment in a safe and healthy way?

Psychiatry Times sat down with integrative psychiatrist James Lake, MD, for insights and adnive for patients to reduce stress and take care of their mental health on a daily basis.

According to Dr. Lake, focusing on improving lifestyle factors, which may then translate to improved general mental health, is crucial.

Dr. Lake’s 4 pillars are: getting enough sleep, regular physical activity, healthy nutrition, and a practice addressed at stress management.

Hear more from Dr. Lake on these patient recommendations here in the full article.

Related Videos
One year out: Fezolinetant displays patient satisfaction for managing hot flashes | Image Credit: sutterhealth.org
Addressing maternal health inequities: Insights from CDC's Wanda Barfield | Image Credit: cdc.gov
Addressing racial and ethnic disparities in brachial plexus birth Injury | Image Credit: shrinerschildrens.org
Innovations in prenatal care: Insights from ACOG 2024 | Image Credit:  uofmhealth.org.
Unlocking therapeutic strategies for menopausal cognitive decline | Image Credit: uclahealth.org.
Navigating menopause care: Expert insights from ACOG 2024 | Image Credit: mayo.edu.
raanan meyer, md
New data shows elinzanetant's efficacy in treating menopausal symptoms | Image Credit: uvahealth.com
Related Content
© 2024 MJH Life Sciences

All rights reserved.