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Addressing Mental Health Issues During Addiction Recovery

2022-08-30T09:41:27-04:00

Addressing Mental Health During Addiction Recovery Mental issues and substance abuse problems often go hand in hand. In fact, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, roughly 7.7 million American adults suffer from co-occurring

Addressing Mental Health Issues During Addiction Recovery2022-08-30T09:41:27-04:00

How To Choose The Right Drug Addiction Treatment Program

2022-08-24T14:27:47-04:00

Choosing the Right Program Because substance abuse treatment success varies depending on a number of underlying causes, including the type of substance used and the presence of co-occurring disorders, you’ll want to find a treatment

How To Choose The Right Drug Addiction Treatment Program2022-08-24T14:27:47-04:00

The Link between Trauma and Addiction | Beachway

2022-08-11T10:40:35-04:00

Trauma often leads to substance abuse and increases the likelihood of individuals using addictive substances. This is because trauma can often lead individuals to develop mental illnesses and disorders and then use substances to alleviate

The Link between Trauma and Addiction | Beachway2022-08-11T10:40:35-04:00

Is Addiction a Mental Health Issue?

2022-08-03T12:34:03-04:00

Is Addiction a Mental Illness?   Is addiction a mental health issue? The answer is “yes.” Addiction can even make a person more likely to develop other mental health disorders, such as depression and anxiety.

Is Addiction a Mental Health Issue?2022-08-03T12:34:03-04:00

Are Anxiety Meds Addictive?

2022-08-15T10:37:26-04:00

Are Anxiety Meds Addictive? Anxiety meds are used for the treatment and alleviation of anxiety. Many anxiety medications present no danger of addiction, but some medications can become habit-forming and addictive, with long-term use creating

Are Anxiety Meds Addictive?2022-08-15T10:37:26-04:00

How Codependency and Addiction Work Together

2022-06-09T19:58:12-04:00

How Codependency and Addiction Work Together When an individual experiences addiction, it often has a negative impact on their interpersonal relationships. As a result, a state of codependency can develop, with the addicted individual and

How Codependency and Addiction Work Together2022-06-09T19:58:12-04:00

Alcohol & Anxiety: How Are They Related

2022-05-26T08:34:51-04:00

Alcohol & Anxiety: How Are They Related? Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) and Anxiety Disorders are commonly co-occurring disorders that can lead to serious health risks and concerns. When a person is struggling with the various

Alcohol & Anxiety: How Are They Related2022-05-26T08:34:51-04:00

7 Tips to Prevent Relapse

2022-05-31T13:57:23-04:00

One of the biggest challenges that people recovering from substance abuse face during recovery is the high risk of relapse and falling back into the same dangerous cycle they’re trying to get away from. Recovery

7 Tips to Prevent Relapse2022-05-31T13:57:23-04:00

Dual Diagnosis: Substance Abuse and Depression

2022-05-31T14:22:36-04:00

Depression is a serious mental disorder that affects an estimated 1 in 10 Americans. Unfortunately, clinical and severe depression often goes untreated, with less than 50 percent of depression sufferers world-wide receiving the care they

Dual Diagnosis: Substance Abuse and Depression2022-05-31T14:22:36-04:00

How Long do Withdrawals Last?

2022-05-31T14:16:04-04:00

Addiction or abuse of drugs or alcohol can cause the brain to become reliant on the effects of that substance in the body. When that substance is no longer present, a person may experience significant

How Long do Withdrawals Last?2022-05-31T14:16:04-04:00