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Panic Attacks

06
Dec

Panic Attacks

Your first panic attack is usually a frightening experience. You may suddenly feel the symptoms of a heart attack — chest pains, labored breathing, and your fight or flight response may activate. After your panic attack has subsided, you may not even be sure what happened. This could leave you unprepared for your next panic...
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05
Aug

Treating Mental Health and Co-occurring Disorders

Mental health and co-occurring disorders are surprisingly common, with around 7.9 million people in the United States suffering from them. Although they occur in a large population of people, treating co-occurring diagnoses correctly can be challenging. As a result, finding a treatment center that deals specifically with mental health and co-occurring disorders is especially important...
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01
Aug

Important Things To Know About Drug Addiction

Drug addiction is surprisingly common in the United States. In 2013, the National Institute of Health estimated that nearly 25 million Americans had used an illicit drug in the previous month. In addition, according to 2017 stats, about 19.7 million of those developed a substance use disorder. Far from what many people believe, drug addiction...
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30
Jul

Drug Detox Withdrawal: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

This article was reviewed for medical accuracy by Dr. Takeesha Roland-Jenkins. Managing the symptoms of withdrawal is an important aspect of recovery, and although it may seem counterintuitive, decreasing your use of drugs or alcohol too quickly or quitting cold turkey can cause unintended consequences, including drug detox withdrawal symptoms and even death [1]. For...
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29
Jul

Everything You Need to Know About Prescription Addiction

In the United States alone, more than 15 million people abuse prescription drugs. In turn, this abuse can become an addiction, often impacting your life in negative ways. Prescription addiction can result from a variety of reasons. In some cases, someone builds a dependence on a drug that their doctor has prescribed them. On the...
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19
Jul

What Is a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)?

Nowadays, more and more people are choosing to participate in partial hospitalization programs (PHP) to overcome addiction in lieu of full-time residential treatment. These programs, designed to treat substance abuse and mental illness, use evidence-based methods to improve your overall health and wellbeing. After you have completed detoxification in a treatment facility, PHP programs are...
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