Poor Sleep, Anxiety And Depression Among The Maritime And Health Sciences Higher School Students

Jurgita Andruškienė, Šarūnė Barsevičienė, Giedrius Varoneckas Abstract Aim of the study was to evaluate the associations among poor sleep, anxiety and depression in relation to age and year of studying among the students. Methods. The study sample consisted of 400 Klaipeda State University of Applied Sciences students (96.8% female) and 393 The Lithuanian Maritime Academy…

Psychopathological And Clinical Features Of Endogenuous Depressions

Aldona Šiurkutė, Marius Karnickas, Eglė Ulevičiūtė-Šigajevienė, Jūratė Lengvenienė, Valentinas Mačiulis Abstract There are many classifications of affective disorders. Differences in approach to depression syndrome lead to new suggestions, comments rating, correction of mental disorders diagnostic methods. We use new, though long known concepts as subclinical, subsyndromal symptoms, mixed affective disorder. Depressive disorder is a common…

The Assessment Of Risk-Taking Behaviour Among Students Of Vilnius University

Jekaterina Tarejeva, Kęstutis Žagminas, Danielius Serapinas Abstract Objective. To evaluate risk-taking behaviour among students of Vilnius University in 2009. Methods. The analysis data was collected by anonymous questionnaire survey method. Analysis included 1,200 students of Vilnius University Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics and Computer Science, Medicine, Physics, Philology and Law faculties. The subjects filled out a compound…

How Often do Chronic Diseases Cause Episodes of Depression?

Greta Šalčiūtė, Dovylė Žiupsnienė, Kazys Simanauskas, Vytautas Kasiulevičius, Virginijus Šapoka Abstract The aim of this study was to determine the impact of chronic diseases for depressive episodes. Material and methods: Primary health care center has carried out a placement of immediate retrospective study of outpatients with patients selected according to ICD-10 for the three digit…

Assessment Factors Influencing the Nutrition of Elderly People

Viktorija Piščalkienė, Rima Januškevičiūtė, Regina Balčiūnienė Abstract Nutrition is variable with aging. This depends on varies factors.Some of them depends on age changes of body, health status,some – on social or cultural environment, attitudes and knowledge.All influencing factors could be grouped into four groups:social, psychological, related to aging and biomedical factors.Investigative participants. In the group…

Comparison of Severity of Depression, Risk of Suicide and Social Demographic Rates of Patients Receiving Treatment of Opioid Drugs and Alcohol Dependence

Edgaras Čiūras, Alvydas Navickas, Vita Danilevičiūtė Abstract It is known that alcohol is a major factor leading to suicide, the increasing number of cases of abuse other psychoactive substances,increasing the related suicide and suicidal behaviour. Abuse of psychoactive substances is the second suicide rate cause of the depression. It is important to note that dependence…

Changes of Indicators of Health Related Quality of Life in Women with Depression in the Three-Year Period During Outpatient Treatment for Depression

Klaudija Pauliukevičiūtė, Antanas Goštautas Abstract This paper analyzes the changes of the indicators of the health-related quality of life in women with depression in the three-year period of outpatient treatment for depression. Lithuanian adaptation of WHO QoL-100 questionnaire was used for the investigation. For the assessment of depression WHO standardized interview CIDI – 2.0. E…

The Relationschip Between Anxiety, Depressive States and Efficacy of Outpatient Rehabilitation in Patients with Disorders of the Lumbosacral Plexus

Aušrinė Urbonienė, Aleksandras Kriščiūnas, Raimondas Savickas Abstract Programmes of rehabilitation are often orientated to the physical status of patients and to the reduction of symptoms. The psycho-emotional state of patients may influence on the outcomes of rehabilitation, was not evaluated plenty. The aim of this research is to evaluate the anxiety and depressive states of…

Student‘s Practical Teaching Experience in the Project „Healthy Aging from the Physical and Psychosocial Point of View“

Milda Gintilienė, Evelina Lamsodienė, Vaida Šidlauskaitė Abstract The paper discuss the occupational therapy and physiotherapy students’ (Kaunas kolegija Faculty of Medicine) practical skills experience – reflections to the providing services to older age groups in the learning process, in conjunction with the social partnership and dissemination. The study was performed in one elderly day care…

Relation Between Emotional Status and Body Functions, Activities and Participation for Persons with Sci

Alvydas Juocevičius, Juozas Raistenskis, Lina Būtėnaitė, Sigita Kilkutė, Dina Žigarienė, Algirdas Valiulis Abstract Introduction: Spinal cord injury – condition, when occur lesion in wholeness of spinal cord and below it occur disturbances in senses and motor functions that cause problems in participation. Psychological state is related with body functions and participation, social factors. Purpose: Evaluate…

Evaluation of Emotional State of Parents of Developmentally Disabled Children

Natalija Jegorova-Marčenkienė, Armyda Jasonaitė, Laima Mikulėnaitė, Sigita Lesinskienė, Jovita Petrulytė Abstract Introduction. Parents raising a handicapped child go through stress and strong emotions, which are described as grief or sorrow. It is noticed, that stages of coping with handicap are similar to coping with loss stages and they cause a family crisis. Early rehabilitation (ER)…

Analysis of fatigue in patients with type II diabetes

Margarita Staniūtė Abstract Patients with type II diabetes often feel tired, weak, complaining about lack of energy, but this problem is a little examines. The aim of the study was to examine patients with type II diabetes experiencing fatigue according to the sociodemographic factors, duration of illness and complications, according to psychoemotional status and diabetes management success. There were…