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Most common mental health disorder in people addicted to alcohol

Most common mental health disorder in people addicted to alcohol

Some conditions seem to have a strong correlation with each other. For example, heart disease and diabetes often reside side by side in a patient, and allergies often come hand in hand with asthma. Similarly, it is quite common for alcohol or substance abusers to exhibit the traits of a specific mental disorder, such as antisocial personality disorder (ASPD). As alcoholism camouflages the symptoms of ASPD, it is often quite difficult to diagnose this mental disorder. Continue reading

Identifying causes and symptoms of stimulant-induced psychosis

Identifying causes and symptoms of stimulant-induced psychosis

Psychosis is a mental condition in which an individual perceives things in a way which is different from reality. It is a condition that  arises as a result of other mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or depression. An individual facing a psychotic episode deals with two major symptoms:  hallucinations (viewing or hearing things that are different from reality) and delusions ( believing things that are not true and for which there is no evidence) along with an array of other symptoms. Continue reading

5 most common co-occurring disorders

5 most common co-occurring disorders

Mental illness and addiction are two of the most prominent health issues in the United States. An individual facing any of these has different experiences to share. While the conditions usually strike people independently, these can also occur at the same time in an individual. Such co-existence of two conditions is referred to as a co-occurring disorders. Continue reading

Rein in your eating habits to manage depression

Rein in your eating habits to manage depression

A negative feeling is often linked to eating disorder, and depression is no exception. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 9 percent Americans suffer from depression. One of the reasons for depression is distress, triggered by eating disorders. According to experts, people suffering from eating disorders are more likely to suffer from depression than those with healthy eating habits. Continue reading