Tag: Rachel V.F. Rohaidy M.D.

Ask The Psychiatrist: What’s Behind the Rise...

Suicide rates in the U.S. are rising, experts say, and the coronavirus pandemic may be to blame. According to the...

September 23, 2021

Ask the Psychiatrist: Why Observe International Overdose...

“I’m so passionate about this subject because there are so many stigmas associated with substance use disorders – I hope...

August 31, 2021

Ask the Psychiatrist: Could I Have Post-Traumatic...

Given everything South Floridians have endured with the pandemic over the past year and a half – emotions compounded by...

July 15, 2021

Ask the Psychiatrist: When Do Eating Habits...

People’s relationship with food can be complicated. So much of what you eat – and how you eat – is...

June 30, 2021

Ask the Psychiatrist: Tending to Your Mental...

“One of my favorite books is Love in the Time of Cholera, not only because of the love story but...

June 17, 2021

Ask the Psychiatrist: Everyday Tips for Better...

“When you treat a patient holistically, you not only treat the symptoms, you work with the patient on eating healthy,...

May 29, 2021

Ask the Psychiatrist: Is Tax Day the...

“Are you experiencing anxiety about Tax Day?” asks Rachel Rohaidy, M.D., referring to the upcoming May 17th IRS deadline for...

April 26, 2021

Ask the Psychiatrist: Are You Fooling Yourself...

“We are living in a time that is quite stressful,” says Rachel V.F. Rohaidy, M.D., a board-certified psychiatrist at Baptist...

April 9, 2021

Ask the Psychiatrist: How Sleep Affects Your...

“Sleep is an important topic,” says Dr. Rachel V.F. Rohaidy, M.D., a board-certified psychiatrist at Baptist Health Primary Care. “The...

March 24, 2021

Ask the Psychiatrist: Heart Health and Emotions...

Research shows a strong connection between your emotions and your heart. Love, anger, sadness, depression, loneliness, hostility, a Type A...

February 25, 2021

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