Alcohol And Suicide

Suicide is a difficult subject to address for many. Culturally, it is taboo, and our terminology is frequently contentious and stigmatizing

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Alcoholism And Insomnia

There is a complex interplay between alcoholism and insomnia. Insomnia is a condition that hinders a person from sleeping soundly throughout the night.

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Eating Disorder And Alcoholism

There is a close relationship between alcohol use and eating disorders. Yet, this isn’t always the case, particularly in those with dual diagnoses.

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Alcohol And Mental Health

Alcohol causes the central nervous system to slow down. The central nervous system regulates thoughts and emotions and how the brain communicates with the body

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Alcohol and Depression

People may drink for many reasons: to socialize, commiserate, celebrate, or drown their sorrows. A lot of people drink to change their mood and feel more relaxed, confident, or courageous. But what they do not know is the effect of alcohol is only temporary, and the minute it wears off, they end up feeling worse […]

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Dual Diagnosis Rehab

Many people who are diagnosed with a substance abuse problem also have a co-existing psychological or behavioral issue. A dual diagnosis is a term for this condition. Individuals who have a dual diagnosis need a treatment approach that treats both disorders as interrelated issues. A co-occurring condition affected approximately 8.5 million people in 2017. As per […]

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Co-occurring Disorders Treatment

According to current statistics on co-occurring diseases, millions of people in the United States suffer from mental health issues. Substance addiction disorders, sadly, have a strong link to mental health issues. A co-occurring disorder affects around 7.9 million people in the United States. This article will examine why some people develop co-occurring disorders, how they […]

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What Parents Can Do For Their Teens With Dual Diagnosis

A dual diagnosis occurs when an individual, whether a child, adolescent or adult, is diagnosed with both a mental health problem and substance use or alcohol disorder (SUD/AUD) at the same time.

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Dual Diagnosis in Teens

Six out of 10 people who have an addiction to gambling also have a mental health issue. Co-existing disorders is the term used by medical professionals to refer to these disorders. Adolescents are particularly vulnerable to co-existing illnesses, and the changes brought on by these disorders can be upsetting for both parents and children. Identifying […]

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Dual Diagnosis Treatment

So, what is dual diagnosis treatment? Lasting recovery is all that you can hope for while going through mental health illnesses alongside Substance Use Disorder. The purpose of dual diagnosis treatment is to, first, diagnose you with the disorders that you are experiencing, and second, to treat you for the diagnosed disorders with the assistance of required […]

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