According to experts, people come more often in autumn than in summer, and the most popular reasons are anxiety and mood disorders.
“These multifactorial disorders and syndromes may be due to biological or psychological causes,” Mijaíl Pertsel, autonomous chief psychotherapist at the regional Ministry of Health, explained to OTV, “we identify generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and panic disorder.” It’s quite common now. “People are coming closer.”
Until now, those Urals who are used to listening to their body, who monitor their health, including mental health, go to the doctor. Ahead, doctors say, is a huge wave of requests from patients with more advanced disorders.