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5 Common Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder in Women

When it appears in women, a bipolar disorder commonly takes a different form than it takes in men. Compared to cases affecting men, bipolar disorder in women also comes with increased risks for additional mental or physical health problems that worsen the impact of the illness. What’s more, women tend to have somewhat different bipolar …

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Is Postpartum Depression Hereditary?

Postpartum depression is more than just “baby blues.” It includes symptoms that last longer and are more intense than normal postpartum mood changes. Symptoms can range from mild to severe, from immense sadness to difficulty bonding with the baby.Finding help for postpartum depression is vital. At the Recovery Ranch depression treatment center, we have experienced …

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Is Virtual IOP the Right Addiction Treatment for Me?

With recent technological changes in daily life, therapy and treatment have changed to fit the new standard. With a virtual intensive outpatient program (IOP) for mental health and addiction treatment, you can receive the same high-class care and support you’ll need as you reach for recovery with the flexibility and independence to prioritize other aspects …

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Equine Therapy: Do Horses Help Your Mental Health?

In the world of mental health treatment, there are many unique ways to heal, among them equine therapy. But how does hanging out with horses help your mental health? A famous quote, commonly attributed to Winston Churchill and often repeated by horse lovers, says, “There is something about the outside of a horse that is …

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Why Bipolar Diagnoses Are Rising in Young People

In recent years, bipolar diagnoses in young people have become more common. While the National Institute of Mental Health has been hesitant to attribute the rise to any one factor, they point out that the surge can be interpreted in several ways. Specifically, NIMH states that the increase in diagnoses may not indicate a rise …

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Nutritional Support for People with Depression

What you eat can impact how you feel. When you eat a healthy, nourishing diet, your body and mind can perform at their peak function. When your diet is rich in foods high in sugar and unhealthy fat, your body and mind cannot perform well. You risk hormone and chemical imbalances that can affect your …

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Understanding the Role of Heredity in Depression

From red-haired curls to big blue eyes, certain characteristics run in families. But not every inherited trait is as harmless as hair color. Some families struggle with a darker legacy: depression. People who live with this disorder aren’t just blue; they often feel hopeless, helpless, and, in the most serious cases, suicidal. The symptoms of …

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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia

Those in recovery often have trouble sleeping, which can be annoying and jeopardize sobriety. When you’re sleep-deprived, you don’t function at your optimum level. It can be challenging to make good decisions, maintain focus and stick to your sobriety goals. There is a solution to the troubles of insomnia. At The Ranch Tennessee, we have …

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Eye Movement Therapy: A Treatment for Addiction

Much of what addicts experience when they enter a rehabilitation facility or a support group is done simply because it has always been done. Too often, addiction treatments are grounded in philosophies and personal beliefs rather than research, facts, and success rates. In psychology and psychiatry, on the other hand, many treatments and techniques used …

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