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July-December 2021| Vol 22| Issue 2


The use of essential oils may be a trigger for seizures in India: Implications for the practice of sociocultural neuropsychiatry

There is a long list of physiological, pathological, behavioral, chemical, and other risk factors that have been associated with lowering of the seizure threshold. Menstruation is an example of a ph...

Presidential Address

Integrating technology into 21st century psychiatry

Technology in Psychiatry (The Presidential Address given on September 26, 2020, at Andhra Pradesh Psychiatric Conference held at Guntur in Andhra Pradesh state). Warm greetings to a...

Original Article

Prevalence of eveningness and its association with cardiometabolic risk factors, risky sexual behavior, and alcohol use in adolescents and young adult males with ADHD

Background: Individuals with eveningness chronotype may be at a higher risk for developing unhealthy lifestyle and cardiovascular risk factors. Screening with traditional biomarkers may not h...

Original Article

Cross sectional study on burden and psychiatric morbidity in the caregivers of patients of major psychiatric illness in a tertiary healthcare centre

Introduction: Psychiatric illnesses such as bipolar affective disorder, major depressive disorder, schizophrenia, and dementia can cause significant burden to patient as well as family member...

Original Article

Impact of pandemic on the mental health of doctors working in a district COVID-19 hospital

Background: COVID-19 pandemic can significantly affect the mental health of doctors as they stand in the front line of this crisis. The psychiatric consequences, in part, can be due to the st...

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Archives of Mental Health, a publication of Indian Psychiatric Society-Andhra Pradesh State Branch, is a peer-reviewed print + online Semiannual journal.

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