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6 Ways Yoga Helps With Depression and Addiction

It is clear that yoga is shedding its old reputation as an esoteric practice exclusively for the spiritually devout. It is also not just for those who consider themselves flexible or interested in eastern spirituality. At The Ranch TN, we use yoga to help you in the recovery process. Yoga is typically not appropriate for …

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Holistic Strategies for Battling Depression

The standard approach to treating depression includes medications and psychotherapy. However, in some cases, and for reasons doctors and therapists don’t fully understand, these approaches are only partially successful. Complementary approaches including yoga, exercise, nutrition, and supplements for depression may all be added to a holistic treatment plan to help achieve success. Read on to …

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10 Signs of Unhealthy Thinking

People with depression, addictions, and eating disorders may not believe that they have much in common. But at the root of many mental health problems are distorted thoughts and beliefs that chip away at the individual’s self-image. An inner dialogue that includes messages such as “I’m not good enough” or “Nothing ever goes my way” …

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How to Prevent a Panic Attack: Learning to Manage Your Panic Disorder

Panic attacks may cause just as much anxiety for your doctor as they do for you. In other words, no one is exactly sure what causes some people to be prone to panic while others are immune. Consequently, because it’s a difficult disorder to understand, it can be difficult to know how to prevent a panic …

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Dual Diagnosis of Depression and Addiction

Dual diagnosis of depression and addiction can begin with either the mood disorder or addiction first. About 20 percent of people in the US with a mood disorder like depression also have an addiction disorder. This relationship between depression and addiction requires a dual diagnosis treatment center in PA to treat both conditions at the …

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Connection Between Abuse, Trauma, and Eating Disorders

Individuals who have suffered trauma and subsequently, post-traumatic stress disorder, struggle with many different symptoms. Victims are often impaired socially and struggle with nightmares, excessive anger, and flashbacks. The connection between abuse, trauma, and eating disorder complicates lasting recovery. Reach out to a mental health treatment center in Pennsylvania if you or a loved one …

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Individual Therapy at The Ranch

Our clients meet at a minimum weekly with their primary therapist for individual therapy at The Ranch. Our individual therapy sessions in Tennessee are designed to give each client the opportunity to explore painful issues; they may not yet be ready to work on in traditional group therapy. Specialized Individual Therapy at The Ranch In …

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Spiritual Distress in the Wake of Trauma

The American Psychological Association defines trauma as “an emotional response to a terrible event like an accident, rape or natural disaster.” The effects are long-lasting and might take the form of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a debilitating anxiety disorder characterized by symptoms such as nightmares, feelings of hyper-arousal and multisensory flashbacks reminiscent of the traumatic …

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