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What Causes an Anxiety Disorder?

  Anxiety disorders, which impact roughly one-third of all teenagers, are the most prevalent mental health issue among children and adolescents. In addition, according to nami.org, 19.1% of adults in the US suffer from an anxiety disorder. What ...
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How Can Yoga be Used in Staying Sober?

  There are many modalities that can be used to stay sober. Practicing mindfulness and yoga can be very beneficial modalities to implement when in addiction recovery. They both can help you feel connected mind, body, and spirit. In turn, treatin...
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How Does Your Body Heal After Quitting Drinking?

  Drinking is an incredibly common and powerful part of our culture, so it’s no wonder that some people get into trouble and start drinking more than is good for them. Whether it’s the negative health effects or the consequences for your lif...
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Can You Have Two Mental Illnesses at The Same Time?

  Getting diagnosed with a mental illness can be disorienting, frightening, and difficult to cope with. On the one hand, you may be relieved to have a better understanding of the challenges you’ve been facing and how you’ve been feel...
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Benefits of Outpatient Rehab for Addiction Treatment

  Getting treatment for an addiction can be overwhelming and even frightening. It’s a big step, and it can be a big change for a lot of people with substance use disorders, especially if they’ve been living with the addiction for a long time...
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Drug and Alcohol Rehab for Veterans and Their Families

Veterans face a range of challenges, especially after transitioning back to civilian life. Veterans are used to the structures and rigid rules of military life, and to having very set schedules as well as being ready for significant (but semi-expecte...
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What Is an Example of Dual Diagnosis?

What Does Dual Diagnosis Mean? Dual Diagnosis is also sometimes referred to as a co-occurring disorder. This simply means someone is suffering from both a substance/alcohol use disorder, as well as a mental illness. However, there may be times when o...
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What is the Purpose of Inpatient Rehab?

  If you or a loved one are struggling with alcohol use disorder or substance use disorder it can feel like there aren’t any resources available to help you. Rehab can often seem like a scary option, or like it’s something that other people ...
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Why Do I Have Anxiety Every Day?

  Anxiety is a normal part of life, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t get out of control or start to cause problems. Everyday anxiety, especially if it’s an intense feeling or if you feel like you’re always anxious to some extent, can ...
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What Does PHP Stand For in Rehab?

  If you’re considering rehab for yourself or a loved one you may have already found that there are a lot of treatment types, options, and methods of treatment. And there are plenty of acronyms to go along with all of those different treatment...
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Does Drinking Every Day Make You an Alcoholic?

  Drinking every day is a habit that you could be in before you know it. Getting home from a long day of work, and relaxing with a cocktail or glass of wine is normalized in our society. If this is something you’re doing, you may be wondering ...
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Can You Talk to Someone While They’re in Rehab?

Going into rehab can be a frightening process. Patients and their loved ones often wonder about contact while they’re in treatment. The truth is that different treatment programs have different rules about contact with people outside the program. ...
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What Are The Stages of Anxiety?

  Feeling occasional anxiety is completely normal. However, people with anxiety disorders can have intense, extreme, and persistent worry or fear regarding everyday things. Anxiety disorders usually involve episodes of fast-approaching feelings ...
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Is It Possible to Break an Addiction?

Whether you know someone facing addiction or you struggle with it yourself, you may wonder if it’s possible to break the cycle of addiction. The answer is yes, but it’s not easy. Overcoming a substance use disorder requires a lot of hard work and...
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How to Help Someone Struggling with Depression

Depression can be a debilitating condition that robs people of their energy, motivation, and joy in life. If you suspect that someone you know is suffering from depression, there are a few things you can do to help. But first, it’s important to kno...
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How Long Does PTSD Last?

Post-traumatic stress disorder, more commonly known as PTSD, is a widespread condition that can happen to anyone who has experienced a traumatic event.  The condition is characterized by symptoms like intrusive memories, nightmares, flashbacks, ...
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What Are the 7 Anxiety Disorders?

  Defining Anxiety Anxiety is defined as intense, excessive, and persistent worry/fear about everyday situations. Anxiety can be short-term, or long-term. It can also be crippling.  Anxiety is sometimes hard to diagnose as an anxiety disorder b...
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What Does it Mean if You Are Binge Drinking?

Understanding Binge Drinking Binge drinking is the most common form of excessive alcohol use in the United States. In fact, one in six U.S. adults admits to binge drinking at least once a week. Binge drinking has other consequences as well, like bein...
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Inpatient Vs Outpatient Addiction Treatment

  Substance use disorder is often treated in one of two ways, depending on the level of care the individual requires. The two primary methods are inpatient rehab and outpatient rehab. They are both equally focused on helping to rehabilitate the ...
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The Five Stages of Addiction Recovery

  Addiction recovery can be an elusive prize for many. While each addicted individual is as unique as their story, the road to recovery can look similar. When looked at from an objective standpoint, the five stages of addiction recovery make per...
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