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In 2015, over 15 million American adults suffered from alcohol use disorder, and almost 90,000 people in the U.S. die from alcohol-related causes each year. This is why it’s essential to get treatment if you or your loved one is struggling with alcoholism. If you do get treatment, though, the first challenge is going through […]

Adderall is a very controversial drug. While it’s often used to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), the medication contains amphetamine, and has many effects on the brain. As well as this, it’s often used as a “study drug” by college students. These potentially concerning factors leave many people asking “what does Adderall do to you?”

Eating disorders affect over 30 million people across the United States, according to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders. However, the term is vague, and you might find yourself wondering what defines an eating disorder and how the different types are distinguished from each other. Here is a summary of the most […]

PTSD, or post-traumatic stress disorder, is a serious mental health condition that can manifest in anyone who experiences a traumatic or life-threatening event or situation. For several reasons, this condition has strong associations with service in the military. With this in mind, you may wonder if post-traumatic stress disorder affects male and female soldiers in […]

With many employers and schools requiring their employees to pass a drug test, more and more people are looking for a method that will remove traces of drugs from the system or mask the presence of narcotics. There are plenty of ads online and in magazines that offer methods to help you pass a drug […]

Nearly everyone has felt nervous at some point in their lives. Even seasoned singers and performers admit to still getting butterflies before they step onto the stage. But have you ever had overwhelming, racing thoughts for days before a big event? Have you ever left your shopping in the middle of a store because you […]

PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) can occur in people of all ages who live through traumatic situations or events. However, young children exposed to such events/situations may not have the same reactions to trauma as older children, teenagers or adults. For this reason, guidelines from the American Psychiatric Association require doctors to use different criteria when […]

People with anorexia have a distorted body image, are typically severely underweight and are terrified of gaining an ounce, often restricting calories to the point of near starvation. Individuals with bulimia may not be underweight, but engage in a dangerous cycle of binge eating and purging. Both of these eating disorders can wreak havoc on […]

Sex addiction and love addiction are closely related behavioral disorders. However, there are key differences in the behaviors, symptoms and potential consequences. A look at the differences and similarities is helpful for understanding the underlying causes and repercussions of the two disorders.

Behavioral health experts and physicians in Australia are worried a weight-loss device now available to Aussies could trigger eating disorders. Some are likening it to medical bulimia. They rightly point out that although tackling obesity is vital, the device is treating a symptom and not the underlying causes of obesity, such as a lack of […]