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Worried about COVID-19? Allow us to Provide Anxiety Treatment

In anxious times, many people self-medicate with drugs or alcohol. The uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, along with its effects on society will only lead to more anxiety. An anxiety treatment program at The Recovery Ranch can help you manage your feelings during the difficult circumstances we all are now facing. Effects of COVID-19 Life always has…

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What’s the Difference Between Depression and Manic Depression?

The differences between the symptoms of depression and the symptoms of manic depression are significant. Though they share some commonalities, the critical difference between the two is that those with manic depression experience manic episodes. This is also known also as bipolar disorder. Read on to learn more about the difference between depression and manic…

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Does Substance Abuse Cause Depression?

Does substance abuse cause depression, or does depression cause substance abuse? A study involving laboratory animals suggests that substance abuse could cause mood disorders, such as depression. Previous research indicates that the converse could be true — i.e., that mood disorders cause substance abuse. No matter what, The Ranch TN has the programs and treatments…

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…

Do You Need Inpatient Treatment for Depression?

If you suffer from depression, you’re not alone. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), depression is the leading cause of disability across the globe. The National Survey on Drug Use and Health reports only have people with mental health disorders receive treatment. With roughly 16 million American adults living with major depression,…

Veterans’ Risks for Drug Abuse

Recent findings from an American research group point to a connection between drug problems in veterans, depression and emotional trauma exposure that occurs as early as childhood or as late as after the end of military service. Diagnosable problems with drugs or alcohol appear fairly frequently in men and women who have served in the…