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Social Media and Anxiety

In as early as the late 1990s, social media, as we understand and define it now, came into existence. From the humble beginning of uploading your profile picture and connecting with friends online, social media has now become a massive multi-billion-dollar industry that has disrupted several businesses and social practices. Social media and anxiety have…

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Can You Go to Rehab for Depression?

The leading cause of disability, major depressive disorder impacts about 16.1 million adults and 25 million people of all ages in the U.S., and more than 300 million people worldwide. Depression is a serious but treatable mental health disorder characterized by intense feelings of sadness, emptiness, hopelessness, anger, or apathy. Although many people respond to…

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Mental Disorders from Drug Abuse

Legal, illicit, and prescription drugs all carry the potential for abuse. What makes addiction so difficult to prevent and treat is that it’s a progressive and incurable condition. The reason treatment is almost always necessary to recover is because symptoms like cravings and triggers occur long after your last use. Another potential hazard of addiction…

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Do I Need Dual Diagnosis Treatment?

If you’re struggling with a mental health and substance abuse disorder, you may wonder do I need dual diagnosis treatment. In short, completing a dual diagnosis treatment program is the best way to improve your ability to fully recover. Addiction, substance abuse disorders, and alcoholism are chronic, powerful, and progressive conditions that impact your physical,…