Substance abuse is a disease. Without professional help, your loved one may not recover. Due to the sensitive nature of this issue, never take it upon yourself to tell your loved one to stop abusing alcohol or drugs. Instead, calmly tell your loved one why you believe there is a substance abuse issue at hand, and explain what steps can be taken to receive treatment.
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It's back-to-school time, and I'm so excited to meet new patients! I can be helpful for kids/teenagers who are having a hard time with stress and feeling overwhelmed with school.
OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder) sufferers normally have both obsessions and compulsions, although some people may experience obsessions alone.
People with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) experience excessive, intrusive and undesirable ideas (obsessions) supported by compulsive actions targeted at reducing fear, anxiety,or the chances of catastrophe.
People with panic attacks have multiple and often unpredicted episodes of intense fear which may be accompanied by sweating, chest discomfort, rapid heart beat, nausea, rapid breathing, dissociation, tingling, numbness, feeling "unreal," and/or other responses associated with a heightened state of the sympathetic nervous system.
Before care can be given, the client will be examined to find out if the signs and symptoms of interest are triggered by depression or some other medical problem (e.g., hypothyroidism, side effect of a medication).
Here are some signs that aid in recognition of a serious drug or alcohol problem that may be developing in self or others.
People who have suffered childhood abuse are more likely to be clinically depressed as adults.
Our perspectives, interpretations and beliefs associated to ourselves, the world around us, and our future influence our means to handle stress.
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