Menopausal Depression

Menopausal Depression

In Mental Health February 11th, 2019 No Comments

When women reach the age when they experience menopause, they must go through a lot of physical and hormonal changes that can affect their wellbeing. Declining estrogen levels can cause women to go through a lot of dramatic emotional changes. Along with physical symptoms such as hot flashes, many women also deal with some feelings…


What Happens When You Get Court Ordered AA

In Alcohol Addiction, Alcohol Rehab February 7th, 2019 No Comments

When you get a DUI or undergo a substance abuse-related arrest you might end up facing court-mandated attendance for AA meetings. This usually occurs as an option to help people with addiction issues avoid jail time and rehabilitate themselves instead. AA can be a useful step toward quitting substance abuse and can help people address…


Is It Possible to be Completely Unaware of Your Spouse’s Substance Abuse?

In Drug Addiction, Drug Rehab February 4th, 2019 No Comments

One thing that many people don’t understand about addiction is that someone with a substance abuse problem can become very adept at hiding their behavior. They will often go to great lengths to ensure that the people around them do not know they are addicted. It is possible for even their own spouse to have…


How the Opioid Epidemic Has Evolved

In News January 31st, 2019 No Comments

The U.S. has reached the point of a national health crisis as the opioid epidemic continues to worsen and expand. One of the biggest concerns as the opioid problem keeps evolving and changing is the spread of the drug fentanyl which has led to a dramatic increase in overdoses throughout the country. Fentanyl is an…


Reducing Suicide Risk

In Mental Health January 30th, 2019 No Comments

Although in many cases, suicidal thoughts or even attempts at taking your own life are related to specific disorders, it is important to focus on reducing the risk of suicide as a separate issue from other symptoms. Suicide is a very serious and complex issue that can affect not only the individual but all of…


Why is Rehab and Recovery so Secretive?

In Drug Rehab January 30th, 2019 No Comments

Although many people may be brave enough to be open and speak out about their issues with addiction, others may choose to remain anonymous. It is important to be respectful of a person’s decision to keep their recovery a secret if they feel it is right for them. Rehab and recovery can be secretive in…


Exercise Curbs Cravings

In Mental Health, Wellness January 29th, 2019 No Comments

Part of recovering from an addiction means working to achieve a healthier lifestyle in all aspects of your routine. In order to be healthy and stay sober, addicts need to not only focus on remaining abstinent but also eating a well-balanced diet, getting plenty of exercise and minimizing stress levels. Exercise can be helpful not…


Adderall Abuse Continues to Rise

In Drug Rehab January 27th, 2019 No Comments

Stimulants like Adderall are normally prescribed to people suffering from attention issues such as ADD or ADHD. These are common childhood neurobiological disorders that affect a person’s ability to focus, learn and maintain their attention span. Prescriptions for these issues are on the rise and unfortunately, so are the incidents of abuse with these types…


What Happens During DBT Sessions

In Treatment Programs January 26th, 2019 No Comments

Dialectical behavior therapy or DBT is a treatment approach that helps patients learn to cope with their emotional problems or symptoms of a mental illness. It is a type of cognitive behavioral therapy that is designed to teach useful behavioral skills that reduce stress and increase mindfulness. Patients are able to have a set of…


The Center for Professional Recovery (CPR) Accepting Patients Resistant to 12-Step Treatment

In Treatment Programs January 24th, 2019 No Comments

Center for Professional Recovery conducts comprehensive 72-hour evaluations and Residential Treatment for professionals exhibiting signs and symptoms of substance use and mental health disorders. CPR is approved for evaluation and treatment by almost every state medical board and physician health program in the United States and Canada. Dr. Greg Skipper has designed a small dedicated…


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