Learn when anxiety becomes a problem and the solution to getting your life back on track, as explained by one of the most senior and respected psychiatrists in the UK, Dr Oscar D’Agnone.
Whilst we are all at home during the coronavirus crisis, some couples might deepen their relationship during this time whereas others might struggle with the quality of their relationship. Here, leading psychologist Dr Nikki Scheiner offers her advice on how to manage your relationship whilst under lockdown restrictions.
Medical professionals are not just trying to fight the coronavirus, many will have their own personal fears and difficulties to grapple with too. This includes a fear of infection and getting sick, not being able to save patients and hearing of co-workers and friends dying. Professor Ben Green shares with us some tips as to how medical personnel can better deal with these emotional traumas they face and what support and treatment are available.
Experts have suggested that doctors and nurses who are enduring long working hours and witnessing large scale infections and deaths, might require PTSD therapy or other mental health treatment following the coronavirus pandemic. Professor Ben Green, a psychiatrist from Liverpool, explores similar events through history to help us understand whether this is, in fact, an issue that many might already be experiencing.
It can be scary to admit that you or your loved one has an addiction to painkillers. Dr Oscar D'Agnone is the Medical Director of The OAD Clinic in London and here he shares the signs of opioid dependency and gives an insight into the specialised treatment that he uses to help someone with an addiction.
Pain is a common symptom that some people may have to live with every day. But medicating chronic pain in conditions such as arthritis, migraines and fibromyalgia, could be a slippery slope for some who may rely on these pain relievers, such as opioids, too much. Here, one of our top psychiatrist Dr Oscar D'Agnone explains how it's so easy to become addicted to painkillers.
You are never alone. If you are living with suicidal feelings or depression, you can be reassured in knowing that there is always a professional who can help. Dr Oscar D'Agnone, Clinical Director of The OAD Clinic in London, is here to share how his team can help you with your own tailed treatment plan.
Our own human emotions can work against us at times, leading to difficulties and instability in life. Learn about borderline personality disorder (BPD) and treatment options, including dialectical behavioural therapy, from Dr Matina Sotrilli, a psychologist and expert in treating the condition.
Are you feeling low, lost your energy and lacking in appetite every day? If you're worried that your feeling depressed then there is always someone to talk to. We've asked highly-experienced psychiatrist Dr Oscar D'Agnone of The OAD Clinic to explain how depression presents and when you should seek professional help.
Recovering from alcoholism is a journey, and for many, a lifetime commitment. Alcohol addiction counselling can guide you along that road to recovery by giving you a safe space to speak to a specialist allowing you to be more aware of your problem and gain control of your addiction. Leading London psychiatrist, Dr Oscar D'Agnone, describes what happens when you attend a typical counselling session.