Walter Reed Army Institute Of Research (2021, May 4) provides information about this topic at, “Chronic exposure to low levels of blast may be associated with neurotrauma: Exposure during occupational training is linked to biomarkers of brain damage — ScienceDaily.”
Walter Reed Army Institute Of Research. (2021, May 4). Chronic Exposure To Low Levels Of Blast May Be Associated With Neurotrauma: Exposure During Occupational Training Is Linked To Biomarkers Of Brain Damage. ScienceDaily. Retrieved May 7, 2021 from http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/05/210504112644.htm
Is there a direct link to cognitive issues and COVID-19? “COVID-19’s Effects On The Brain” (Zimmer, 2021) investigates what numerous patients are dealing with.
Zimmer, K. (2021). COVID-19’s Effects On The Brain. Retrieved From
COVID-19’s Effects on the Brain | The Scientist Magazine® (the-scientist.com)
When a therapist diagnosis a patient with depression and one of the anxiety disorders, the potential is strong that the thyroid is the origin of the difficulties. Additional medical evaluation can prove the patient has autoimmune thyroiditis, also known as AIT.
“Depression And Anxiety More Common In Patients With Thyroid Disease” (Harding, 2018) talked about the symptoms a patient may experience with this cluster of health issues, the conversation a psychiatrist needs to have with patient when thyroid has not been evaluated and depression and anxiety are diagnosed, and the conversation a physician needs to have with patient when thyroid becomes a complication.
Harding, A. (2018). Depression And Anxiety More Common In Patients With Thyroid Disease. Retrieved From https://www.psychcongress.com/news/depression-and-anxiety-more-common-patients-thyroid-disease