All Relations between emotion and cam

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Caroline Chautem. "I Felt Like I Was Cut in Two": Postcesarean Bodies and Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Switzerland. Culture, medicine and psychiatry. 2024-05-06. PMID:38709356. complementary and alternative medicine (cam) therapists address these issues by providing somatic and emotional postcesarean care. 2024-05-06 2024-05-08 Not clear
Lauren A Rutter, Marijn Ten Thij, Lorenzo Lorenzo-Luaces, Danny Valdez, Johan Bolle. Negative affect variability differs between anxiety and depression on social media. PloS one. vol 19. issue 2. 2024-02-21. PMID:38381769. the contrast avoidance model (cam) suggests that individuals with anxiety avoid negative emotional shifts by maintaining pathological worry. 2024-02-21 2024-02-24 Not clear
Amy Przeworski, Michelle G Newma. The Contrast Avoidance Model: Conclusion and synthesis of new research in the special issue. Journal of anxiety disorders. vol 102. 2024-01-17. PMID:38232491. in this special series, new research on the contrast avoidance model (cam) was presented, including studies on the role of cam in the maintenance of chronic worry, the incremental validity of cam, cam as a mediator of the association between generalized anxiety disorder (gad) and other variables, cam as transdiagnostic, and interpersonal behaviors as a means to avoid negative emotional contrasts (necs). 2024-01-17 2024-01-20 Not clear
Garima Setia, Ananda Balayogi Bhavanani, Meena Ramanathan, Nilakantan Ananthakrishnan, Vinod Vinoth, B Sajeeth Manikanda Prabu, Balanehru Subramania. Yoga Therapy in Functional Dyspepsia. A Narrative Review. Journal of gastrointestinal and liver diseases : JGLD. vol 32. issue 4. 2023-12-26. PMID:38147600. yoga is a fast-spreading complementary and alternative medicine (cam) specialty, that has gained attention in the medical field for its ability to address the physical, emotional, mental and social aspects of health and disease. 2023-12-26 2023-12-29 Not clear
Monika Rybicka, Jing Zhao, Karolina Piotrowicz, Sara Ptasnik, Kamila Mitka, Magdalena Kocot-Kępska, Ka-Kit Hu. Promoting whole person health: Exploring the role of traditional Chinese medicine in Polish healthcare. Journal of integrative medicine. 2023-11-04. PMID:37925335. integrative medicine combines conventional medicine with evidence-based cam interventions and considers all aspects of a patient's health, including physical, emotional, mental, social and environmental factors. 2023-11-04 2023-11-08 Not clear
Kellie Webb, Allyson Kelley, Diseree Restad, Kelley Milligan, Sadie Posey, Andrea Engav. Complementary Alternative Medicine: A Culturally Centered Approach to Managing Chronic Pain from One American Indian Community. American Indian and Alaska native mental health research (Online). vol 30. issue 2. 2023-07-31. PMID:37523641. surveys assessed self-reported impacts, reasons for attending cam sessions, and mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional health before and after cam sessions. 2023-07-31 2023-08-14 human
Cinzia Boi, Sandra J Ller. Contrast avoidance prospectively mediates effects of fear of emotional responding, negative problem orientation, and sensitivity to low perceived control on generalized anxiety disorder symptoms. Journal of anxiety disorders. vol 95. 2023-03-03. PMID:36868083. research has investigated other factors that may also characterize gad, such as fear of emotional responding, negative problem orientation (npo), and negative beliefs about control; however, these have yet to be explored within the context of the cam regarding maintenance of gad symptoms. 2023-03-03 2023-08-14 human
Thane M Erickson, Jamie A Lewis, Tara A Crouch, Narayan B Singh, Mackenzie H Cumming. Interpersonal contrast avoidance as a mechanism for the maintenance of worry. Journal of anxiety disorders. vol 94. 2023-02-11. PMID:36773485. the contrast avoidance model (cam; newman & llera, 2011) posits that individuals at risk for chronic worry and generalized anxiety disorder (gad) fear sudden negative mood shifts, using worry to perpetuate negative moods and avoid these negative emotional contrasts. 2023-02-11 2023-08-14 Not clear
Alireza Rashtbari, Danielle L Taylor, Omid Saed, Hossein Malekizade. Psychometric Properties of the Iranian Version of Contrast Avoidance Questionnaires: Could Contrast Avoidance Be a New Transdiagnostic Construct? Journal of personality assessment. 2023-01-31. PMID:36719952. the contrast avoidance model (cam) hypothesizes that individuals with chronic worry recruit worry to create and maintain a negative emotional state to avoid sudden increases in negative emotions. 2023-01-31 2023-08-14 Not clear
Hanjoo Kim, Michelle G Newma. Worry and rumination enhance a positive emotional contrast based on the framework of the Contrast Avoidance Model. Journal of anxiety disorders. vol 94. 2023-01-21. PMID:36681058. cam also suggests that in response to a positive event, higher worry enhances the probability of experiencing greater decreased negative affect and increased positive affect (positive emotional contrasts; pecs). 2023-01-21 2023-08-14 human
Michelle G Newman, Gavin N Rackoff, Yiqin Zhu, Hanjoo Ki. A transdiagnostic evaluation of contrast avoidance across generalized anxiety disorder, major depressive disorder, and social anxiety disorder. Journal of anxiety disorders. vol 93. 2022-12-24. PMID:36565682. the contrast avoidance model (cam) proposes that persons with generalized anxiety disorder (gad) are sensitive to sharp increases in negative emotion or decreases in positive emotion (i.e., negative emotional contrasts; nec) and use worry to avoid nec. 2022-12-24 2023-08-14 Not clear
Dana C Mora, Agnete E Kristoffersen, Grete Overvåg, Miek C Jong, Marit Mentink, Jianping Liu, Trine Stu. Safety of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) treatment among children and young adults who suffer from adverse effects of conventional cancer treatment: A systematic review. Integrative cancer therapies. vol 21. 2022-06-21. PMID:35726681. parents often seek cam to restore and maintain the child's physical and emotional condition during and after cancer treatment. 2022-06-21 2023-08-14 Not clear
Ashli Owen-Smith, Frances McCarty, Dana Hankerson-Dyson, Ralph Diclement. Prevalence and predictors of complementary and alternative medicine use in African-Americans with acquired immune deficiency syndrome. Focus on alternative and complementary therapies : FACT. vol 17. issue 1. 2021-10-21. PMID:22577340. female sex, high yearly income, high health literacy and high hiv rna levels were associated with a greater frequency of cam use, while stronger emotional well-being was associated with a lower frequency of cam use. 2021-10-21 2023-08-12 human
Christian Schubert, Michaela Ott, Julian Hannemann, Magdalena Singer, Harald R Bliem, Kurt Fritzsche, Christina Burbaum, Emil Chamson, Dietmar Fuch. Dynamic Effects of CAM Techniques on Inflammation and Emotional States: An Integrative Single-Case Study on a Breast Cancer Survivor. Integrative cancer therapies. vol 20. 2021-10-11. PMID:33412954. dynamic effects of cam techniques on inflammation and emotional states: an integrative single-case study on a breast cancer survivor. 2021-10-11 2023-08-13 Not clear
Christian Schubert, Michaela Ott, Julian Hannemann, Magdalena Singer, Harald R Bliem, Kurt Fritzsche, Christina Burbaum, Emil Chamson, Dietmar Fuch. Dynamic Effects of CAM Techniques on Inflammation and Emotional States: An Integrative Single-Case Study on a Breast Cancer Survivor. Integrative cancer therapies. vol 20. 2021-10-11. PMID:33412954. this study on a breast cancer survivor investigated how episodic practice of various complementary and alternative medicine (cam) techniques affected the dynamics of emotional states and urinary neopterin-an inflammation marker. 2021-10-11 2023-08-13 Not clear
Talya Dolev, Merav Ben-David, Ilanit Shahadi, Yaakov Freed, Salman Zubedat, Shlomit Aga-Mizrachi, Zev Brand, Shira Galper, Galia Jacobson, Avi Avita. Attention Dysregulation in Breast Cancer Patients Following a Complementary Alternative Treatment Routine: A Double-Blind Randomized Trial. Integrative cancer therapies. vol 20. 2021-10-11. PMID:34027702. the aim of this study is to evaluate attention and emotion regulation across radiotherapy period and the possible effects of complementary alternative medicine (cam). 2021-10-11 2023-08-13 Not clear
Kai J Borm, Kilian Schiller, Rebecca Asadpour, Stephanie E Comb. Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Radiotherapy: A Comprehensive Review. Topics in magnetic resonance imaging : TMRI. vol 29. issue 3. 2020-11-18. PMID:32568977. specifically, the mindfulness/meditation approaches of cam are known to reduce anxiety and enhance physical and emotional wellbeing in patients with chronic diseases, such as cancer or neurologic diseases, through physiological, psychological, and perhaps placebo mechanisms. 2020-11-18 2023-08-13 Not clear
Rosa Puigpinos-Riera, Xavier Continente, Gemma Serral, Xavi Bargalló, Montserrat Doménech, Martín Espinosa-Bravo, Jaume Grau, Francesc Macià, Rafael Manzanera, Margarida Pla, M Jesus Quintana, Maria Sala, Eulalia Vida. Influence of Social Determinants, Lifestyle, Emotional Well-Being and the Use of Unconventional Therapies in Breast Cancer Progression in a Cohort of Women in Barcelona: Protocol for the DAMA Cohort. JMIR research protocols. vol 6. issue 12. 2020-10-01. PMID:29254913. we present the protocol for an ongoing study to analyze the impact of a series of factors on breast cancer survival related to lifestyle, emotional well-being, and use of complementary and alternative medicine (cam). 2020-10-01 2023-08-13 Not clear
Michelle G Newman, Nicholas C Jacobson, Nur Hani Zainal, Ki Eun Shin, Lauren E Szkodny, Martin J Sliwinsk. The Effects of Worry in Daily Life: An Ecological Momentary Assessment Study Supporting the Tenets of the Contrast Avoidance Model. Clinical psychological science : a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. vol 7. issue 4. 2020-10-01. PMID:31372313. the contrast avoidance model (cam) suggests that worry increases and sustains negative emotion to prevent a negative emotional contrast (sharp upward shift in negative emotion) and increase the probability of a positive contrast (shift toward positive emotion). 2020-10-01 2023-08-13 Not clear
Chin-Shan Ho, Mon-Chien Lee, Chi-Yao Chang, Wen-Chyuan Chen, Wen-Ching Huan. Beneficial effects of a negative ion patch on eccentric exercise-induced muscle damage, inflammation, and exercise performance in badminton athletes. The Chinese journal of physiology. vol 63. issue 1. 2020-02-18. PMID:32056985. negative ion treatment belongs to one of the critical categories defined by the national center for cam, with such treatment capable of air purification and ameliorating emotional disorders (e.g., depression and seasonal affective disorder). 2020-02-18 2023-08-13 Not clear