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All Posts in Category: Telepsychiatry

Why is it Good to Cry?

Why is it good to cry

Crying is an externally observable natural response of human beings to various emotions such as grief, sadness, joy, irritation, frustration, or anxiety. Having mentioned that it is a natural response, it is not something usual. People of all genders give in to crying more than usual. However, it is estimated that women, in general, tend to be slightly more emotional as compared to men and hence tend to cry more as well. On interesting fact about crying is that human beings are the only animals (social) that can cry.

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PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)

PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health state that’s instigated by a terrifying event, They have either experienced it or are currently witnessing it. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares, anxiety, depression, stress as well as uncontrollable thoughts with respect to the event.

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Stress

stressMost of the time, we hear from the people that they are feeling stressed or their life has been stressful recently, etc. In fact, many people keep telling this every day. On the other hand, some people don’t accept that they are stressed because they don’t know the signs and symptoms. This blog is focused on what exactly is stress. How it is caused and how to know if you are really stressed or it is something else? How to deal with it?

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Advanced Telemed at the APDA Conference

American Portable Diagnostic Association APDA

At Advanced Telemed Services, we constantly strive hard to adopt the latest technology and update our knowledge base in order to improve performance to better serve our clients and patients. In keeping up with this ethos, Mr. Scott Larsen from Advanced Telemed Services attended the American Portable Diagnostic Association [APDA] 2018 Annual Conference and Expo held at Pendry, San Diego from October 4th to October 7th.

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Telepsychiatry and Emergency Care

Telepsychiatry and Emergency Care
With the soaring rise in mental illness across the nation, more and more patients in hospital ERs and emergency care clinics require mental health care; yet most of these facilities lack a full-time psychiatrist or mental health professional. While these set-ups can deal with physical emergencies and injuries etc, most of them lack experts to provide required psychiatric care. However, that does not stop patients from approaching these facilities for their immediate mental health needs.

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Mental Illness Care with Telepsychiatry Service

telepsychiatry service

In the United States over 43 million people suffer from mental illness and more than half of them do not have access to treatment. A key resource for assisting those suffering from mental health issues are community health centers, which are used by nearly 25 million Americans. Access to these centers has grown rapidly from 20 million in 2010.

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