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Addressing the Psychosocial Impacts of IBD

Addressing the Psychosocial Impacts of IBD
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Did you know that 35% of IBD patients have symptoms of anxiety? That’s why it’s so important to know how to care for your patients’ body AND mind.
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    Psychosocial disorders like anxiety and depression can be especially severe when combined with the physical symptoms of IBD. Fortunately, there are ways gastroenterologists, primary care providers, and mental health specialists can all work together to address these effects as early as possible, as Dr. Megan Riehl, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine and Clinical Psychologist at the University of Michigan, explains.

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