Relaxation Therapy Could Help People with PAH Cope with Depression and Anxiety

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    PAH progression negatively affects patients’ autonomy in daily activities and in the work environment, often leading to a lower quality of life and such psychological disorders as depression and anxiety.

    New research suggests that non-pharmacological approaches such as relaxation training, slow breathing, and cognitive behavioral therapy could help lessen anxiety and depression in patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). Click here to find out more.

    How has living with PAH or caring for someone with PAH affected your mental health? What do you think about these non-pharmaceutical mental health treatment options?

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