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How Are You Coping With Isolation During Coronavirus?

Isolation is taking a toll on the collective mental health of our society. This is where perception is paramount. Social media proclaims that people are taking advantage of this exorbitant amount of time. They are investing in their physical health, the cleanliness of their home, de-cluttering years of refuse, and the like. This is a…

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Many Are Coping With Loneliness During Quarantine

Everyone suffers from loneliness from time to time. However, many are experiencing loneliness more intensely and more often than they previously have. Coping with loneliness during quarantine is a factor, by and large for everyone. If we are still in the workplace, chances are the workforce is diminished. We are not seeing the people we…

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Making Sure You Are Staying Sober During Coronavirus

Staying sober during coronavirus is your ultimate goal. This is how you stay strong for yourself and your family. The return to society, once quarantine is lifted, will be dramatic depending upon where you reside in this country. Over 39 states have experienced some level of shut-down. Don’t let your stress levels reach traumatic proportions.…

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Covid-19 Isolation Getting You Down? Consider Anxiety Treatment

As COVID-19 forces more and more people to stay home for extended periods, depression and anxiety symptoms are likely to worsen. Sadly, these issues may trigger real physical and emotional health issues and even increase a person’s risk of drug addiction. Therefore, the benefits of anxiety treatment should not be ignored because it may help…

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Mental Disorders From Drug Use: The Complicated Case of the Dual Diagnosis

Often, we think of mental disorders as causing substance use disorders. Sometimes, however, it’s the drugs that cause the resulting mental condition. Mental disorders from drug use typically happen over time. When someone abuses a class of drug such as opioids or benzodiazepine for a long period, it causes changes to take place inside the brain. As…

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