Veronika Nepevnaya, Medical Writer

Veronika Nepevnaya, Medical Writer

Veronika Nepevnaya is a Medical Writer at MEDvidi. During her digital content writing career, she has been mostly specializing in the topics of psychology, medicine, and mental health. She has a professional translation background in the medical field and is working towards her BA in English. It helps her to create comprehensive, coherent, and easy-to-read content.

At MEDvidi, Veronika creates informative articles about stress management, ADHD, depression, anxiety, interpersonal relationships, and other topics related to mental health. Aiming to further expand her expertise in psychology, she is currently involved in an in-depth study of gestalt therapy.

My intention is to write carefully researched and up-to-date content, helping MEDvidi remain a trustworthy source for anyone dealing with mental health problems.

All articles by Veronika Nepevnaya, Medical Writer

ADHD in women vs men

ADHD in Women vs Men: What Does the Research Tell Us?

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a well-known neurological disorder that affects an individual’s ability to focus and pay attention. It is estimated that more than 365 million adults worldwide are affected by ADHD. ADHD is thought to be more prevalent in men than women, but research has suggested that gender differences…

Calming activities for ADHD

Relaxation Techniques for People with ADHD

People with ADHD often struggle with racing thoughts and unstable emotions, and these symptoms never seem to end. While the numerous thoughts might link ADHD with creativity, they also frequently cause stress and anxiety that compound the issues. In addition, the rollercoaster of emotions leads to feeling out of control, impulsivity…

Stimulus control therapy

Stimulus Control for Insomnia: How It Works

Without a doubt, dealing with insomnia can be challenging. And even though there are various helpful medications, some people prefer not to take sleeping pills or cannot take them for other reasons. So, what’s the solution? The most common solution, in this case, is turning to cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia, CBT-I. It can help…

Interpersonal therapy

Interpersonal Therapy: A Depression Treatment That Works

Depression is a debilitating disorder that affects approximately one in ten adults in the USA. Fortunately, there are treatments available that can help reduce symptoms and improve the overall outlook. One such first-line treatment to achieve better mental health for people with depression is interpersonal therapy. In this article, we will discuss…