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How to Break the Cycle of Obsessive Thoughts

If a person endures obsessive overthinking, this does not necessarily mean they have obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). When a person’s repetitive thoughts disrupt everyday activities and decline proper functioning, they have OCD. Types of thoughts that are discouraging urges or may seem disturbing cause anxiety and possibly other mental health conditions.   Typically, people will turn…

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Treating Co-Occurring Disorders florida

Treating Co-Occurring Disorders

The relationship between addiction and mental health has been observed and studied by researchers for many years. Whereas before the two conditions might have been treated as separate, nowadays it is understood that the treatment for co-occurring disorders should be integrated. It is very common for a person seeking treatment for mental health issues to…

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What Is Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome florida

What Is Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome?

Many people may think that once the detoxing process is over, the symptoms of withdrawal are over. In some cases that might be true, but researchers are beginning to study a syndrome called post-acute withdrawal syndrome (PAWS). Post-acute withdrawal syndrome is a collection of symptoms that persists for weeks or even months after the acute…

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Why Do Co-Occurring Disorders Occur Together florida

Treating Co-Occurring Disorders

Researchers have observed and studied the relationship between addiction and mental health for many years. Whereas before, the two conditions might have been treated as separate, it is currently understood that the treatment for co-occurring disorders should be integrated. It is very common for a person seeking treatment for mental health issues to also have…

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