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Posted in Addiction, Drug Abuse, Substance Abuse

Painkiller Withdrawal: Symptoms and Detox

Prescription painkiller misuse remains an ongoing problem in the United States. In recent years, drug overdose rates have continued to climb. The CDC reported that overdoses were responsible for killing almost 50,000 people in 2017 alone. 36% of those deaths involved prescription painkillers. Painkillers belong to the class of opioids. Common painkillers include morphine, fentanyl, […]

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Posted in Addiction, Addictions, Drug Abuse

LSD Facts

Lysergic acid diethylamide, or LSD, is one of the most common psychedelic substances. LSD, also known as “acid,” is a potent mind-altering chemical that has a range of effects. In this article, we will explore these effects in-depth, as well as examine the drug’s potential risks, including the question of whether LSD is addictive.  What […]

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Posted in Addictions, Eating Disorders, Mental Health

Purging Disorder: Symptoms, Risks and Treatment

Purging disorder can be as dangerous as anorexia and bulimia nervosa. Learn more about the symptoms of purging disorder and effective treatments for it. What Are the Symptoms of Purging Disorder? People with purging disorder vomit or abuse laxatives to control their weight. They don’t eat large amounts of food like bulimics and people with […]

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Posted in Mental Health, Mental Health, Treatment

What is Bipolar Grandiosity?

Individuals with bipolar disorder experience erratic and extreme mood swings. Bipolar disorder must include the presence of at least one or more manic or hypomanic episode and one or more major depressive episode. Some people with bipolar disorder experience bipolar grandiosity. Here’s what you need to know. What Is Bipolar Grandiosity? Bipolar grandiosity can occur […]

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Posted in Depression, Mental Health

Depression FAQs

Everyone knows what it’s like to have a bad day. After all, we all feel sad and insecure sometimes. However, there are key differences between normal sadness and irritability and clinical depression.  Depression is a medical condition that can be debilitating and life-threatening. When left untreated, it may impact numerous areas of functioning.  As a […]

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Posted in Anxiety, Helpful Articles, Treatment

Anxiety: Frequently Asked Questions

Everyone feels anxious from time to time. But there is an important difference between everyday worry and an anxiety disorder.  Anxiety disorders are serious mental health conditions that affect nearly one fifth of the U.S. population (18.1%). This condition is very treatable, yet only about a third of people who struggle with an anxiety disorder […]

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Posted in Articles, Dual Diagnosis

Common Co-Occurring Disorders for Borderline Personality Disorder

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a complex psychiatric condition that co-occurring substance abuse and other mental health disorders can intensify. The added challenges of addiction and other mental illness may worsen BPD symptoms or the symptoms of the co-occurring disorder. 

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Posted in Addiction Treatment, Articles, Tennessee

Finding the Touchstone Memory: What Happens During an EMDR Session?

By Ginger Poag, MSW, LCSW, Trauma Therapist at The Ranch  I am passionate about EMDR therapy, also known as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, because I have so often seen it change people’s lives. Many people I see at The Ranch have never heard about this trauma therapy and are naturally skeptical. They don’t think it’s going to […]

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Posted in Mental Health

Types of Personality Disorders

The basic modern concept of personality disorder dates back to French physician Philippe Pinel, who pioneered the humane treatment of mentally ill individuals.

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Posted in Treatment

Homeopathic Treatments: FDA Plans a Crackdown

After decades of taking a more hands-off approach to homeopathic products, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) launched a new policy that would allow it to exercise more control over certain products. The crackdown may include a closer look at homeopathic addiction treatments that have not been found to have proven benefits. This may inspire many people to seek proven alternative rehab therapies.

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