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Tips to build relationships after rehab

Transitioning into normal life after rehab can have its own challenges. On one hand, you are faced with the triggers from which you were protected in the rehab, and on the other, you are working to re-establish the trust in your relationships. While it may seem as a daunting...

Ways to help LGBTQ youth identify substance use disorders

The LGBTQ community is a section of the society that faces immense discrimination and challenges due to gender biased stigmatization, violence and isolation from society. Due to social isolation and non-acceptance it is estimated that nearly 20 to 30 percent of the LGBTQ community become prone to substance abuse...

Asking if there is a Cure for Addiction?

Substance abuse is not a sign of character defects or weakness, and it takes more than perseverance to overcome a problem. Excessive use of certain prescribed drugs or illegal drugs may cause changes in the brain, leading a strong urge to consume them. No matter how much strong your...

Role of Mindfulness in Battling Anxiety

A wandering or absent mind may lead to chaos. It is bad in the view that it doesn’t allow peopleto utilize their full potential in executing the tasks due to their inability to focus. Studies suggest that mindfulness is an effective technique to manage mind wandering. Mindfulness refers to...

Is There a Connection Between Missing Sleep and Using Drugs

Any kind of substance abuse or chemical dependency can lead to Substance or medication-induced sleep disorder which is clinically also known as insomnia. Substance or medication-induced sleep disorder differs from sleep disorders caused due to anxiety and stress.

Meet Molly: The Truth About MDMA (Ecstasy or “E”)

Molly is a also known as MDMA, a human-made drug that has resembles as stimulants (like hallucinogens) and methamphetamine. MDMA is also known as Ecstasy or “E” which is sometimes used at parties, clubs, bar and concerts. It can make people feel more enthusiastic, energetic and more friendly. Molly...

How to know when it’s time to start therapy

Mental health problems including stress, anxiety, depression and others are very common in the United States. It has been found that around one in five (amounting to 51.5 million) adults in the country struggled with a mental illness in 2019. The severity of these illnesses may vary from mild...

Awake You Inner Artist to Manage Anxiety

Nearly 29 percent of population is estimated to experience an anxiety disorder somewhere in life. Considering the association with anxiety disorders and lower quality of life (QoL) and a negative impact on psychosocial functioning, it is important to address the problem sensitively. It is always better to recover from...

9 Ways to Deal with Freezing Anxiety

Freezing is an autonomous response of our body to traumatic experiences that leave us almost paralyzed in fear. It is caused when our stress hormones, in a situation of distress or panic, are magnified leading to intense negative emotions such as anxiety, extreme shock, and terror.

Self-Isolation is a Recipe for Depression

The phrase “self isolation” is perhaps one of the most used phrases over the last one year, thanks to precautionary measures that we have to take if we exhibit probable symptoms of COVID-19. However, it is not a new term as self-isolation has been long identified as a possible...

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