Archive for the ‘FAQ’ Category

COMPARISON OF VYVANSE AND ADDERALL

(more…)

Please follow and like us:

01-04-10(1:13:15)

Question: Dr. Jones,
I was interested in reading your data on
SAD. Could you share the references?
I was curious for example that only 5% get treatment and that it is the most common
anxiety disorder.
Thanks in advance.
Carolyn


Answer:
The National Institute of Health states that 6.8% of the population has SAD
which is more than any of the major anxiety disorders, which includes Panic
Disorder, Generalized anxiety disorder, OCD and PTSD. However, if you count
specific phobias, such as being afraid of dogs, blood, heights, etc. more
people will fall into that category.

http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/the-numbers-count-mental-disorde
rs-in-america/index.shtml#Social

Another good source is the Replication Comorbidity Study which was headed by
Ronald Kessler.

Best regards,
Dr. Jones

Dr. Jones,
I was interested in reading your data on
SAD. Could you share the references?
I was curious for example that only 5% get treatment and that it is the most
common
anxiety disorder.
Thanks in advance.
Carolyn

Please follow and like us:

18-03-10(17:16:09)

Question: in your sleep newsletter you listes gabitril as sleep aid.you did not tell your readers that is an epilectic drug and has warning on manufacturers label only to be used for patients with epilsey,careful doctor people take your advice and will get seizures.you must give negative facts of gabitril


Answer: Thank you for pointing out that fact. The seizure issue was addressed by
the pharmaceutical company after I put the newsletter on my site and I will
be taking that recommendation off.

Best regards,
Wayne Jones

Please follow and like us: