This trial is evaluating whether CHIME will improve 13 primary outcomes and 2 other outcomes in patients with Stress, Psychological. Measurement will happen over the course of Week 1.
This trial requires 80 total participants across 2 different treatment groups
This trial involves 2 different treatments. CHIME is the primary treatment being studied. Participants will all receive the same treatment. There is no placebo group. The treatments being tested are not being studied for commercial purposes.
It is very important to assess which treatment is more appropriate so that the effects of stress are reduced as much as possible. In many cases, a combination of different treatment options will be more helpful than any individual treatment alone.\n
In this preliminary study, stress and psychophysical and cardiovascular indices indicated that there may be two types of stress in patients with different severity among the diseases. This finding would improve the understanding of the mechanisms that cause different anxiety levels.
Stress, psychological is any factor or experience that contributes to disease and, if prolonged or neglected, can lead to disease of many kinds. Stress, psychological has direct and indirect, causal, and effectual implications. Stress, psychological has a role to play in the aetiological and contextual components of many physical and mental disorders and, if neglected, can contribute to the development of diseases such as cancer and its associated physical and mental disorders. The study of stress, psychological provides useful insights that have an impact on a variety of health care and public health issues.
Stress, psychological is known to cause most of the signs and symptoms. Individuals can show signs of stress, psychological by having excessive worry and stress, emotional, which include mood swings, crying constantly and difficulty concentrating.
Stress and psychological distress can be reduced after surgery but cannot be completely eradicated. The long-term efficacy and benefits of stress and psychological stress management are unclear.
Stress is more common in men than women and the elderly are most susceptible. The majority of those suffering from it are unaware of being stressed. It appears that all of those who suffer from stress, are trying to mask the signs of their symptoms to maintain the status quo. The stress of being diagnosed with a disease or a death of a loved one can trigger a reaction of high adrenaline and high cortisol. Stress is a key cause of hypertension, in particular, if you look at heart attack and stroke statistics. The same applies to stress from stress. A healthy lifestyle is crucial to preventing high blood pressure and consequently a heart attack. High levels of stress can also contribute to the development of diseases such as cancer, diabetes, and insomnia.
The chime for therapeutic use is an interactive therapeutic device that provides a multi-sensory and multi-modal approach that can mobilize the user into an optimal state of wellness. Chimes for therapeutic use could be a promising paradigm for future advancements in this field.
Inherited psychosocial factors, psychological factors, and genetic factors all can contribute to the predisposition of alcoholism. However, the effect of individual genetic factors on alcoholism is a complex issue. We found familial effects from environmental stress, but only when stress is not considered when determining genetic contributions to alcoholism. To more fully understand the effect of genes, environmental, family and individual factors on alcoholism, a larger longitudinal database is necessary. Future studies should replicate these findings, as well as look at more biological markers of alcoholism such as serotonin binding.
A small minority of patients would be suitable candidates for clinical trials for stress, psychological problems. These patients should be recruited in clinical trials. As such, clinicians should not discourage the recruitment of these patients unless absolutely necessary.
Stress due to a traumatic event can be considered as a primary cause of psychological problems in patients with chronic critical illness. This result supports the hypothesis that chronic critical illness is a stress factor. Results from a recent clinical trial suggest that stress management with psychological interventions during critical illness could be a potential treatment option to prevent psychological sequelae.
The data suggest that chime may have a favorable effect on physical health and mental health of patients, and that it is associated with positive effects on quality of life and depression. The findings are significant; however, they should be examined in a larger and a longer-term randomized controlled trial.
[Chime is one of the most common reasons for discontinuation of stress-reducing medications because of side effects, such as nausea, vomiting, dizziness, fatigue, and headaches in many patients with high anxiety.] For chime recipients, discontinuing chime will be a stressful situation as they attempt to adjust to a new lifestyle and new environment. Therefore, patients would benefit most from counseling and psychotherapy when considering their treatment options. More research on the side effects of chime needs to be performed.