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What Medications Treat Depression?.


What Medications Treat Depression?

As mentioned earlier, there are a number of anti-depressants available. Some of these are designed to treat depression caused by a chemical imbalance, while others are designed to treat depression caused by chronic pain. These often have been manufactured in such a way that they are meant for...

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What Are Antidepressants.


What Are Antidepressants

Antidepressants are designed to do just what their name implies: reverse the feelings of depression that a person is suffering. And, there are almost as many antidepressants on the market as there are people who are depressed.
A Brief Discussion of Depression Depression can occur for...

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What Is Paxil?.


What Is Paxil?

Paxil is also known as Paroxetine, and it comes in several different forms including a tablet, a suspension or liquid form and an extended release or a long active tablet form. The primary reasons for why Paxil is prescribed include depression, panic disorder and social anxiety disorder. There are...

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Depression and Co-Occurring Disorders.


Depression and Co-Occurring Disorders

Knowing the symptoms of depression and mania may help avoid co-occurring disorders. It's probably more common that you think for a person to be suffering from two separate illnesses at the same time, both a mental health condition and substance use disorder are linked together quite often...

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Healthy Ways to Cope with Stress, Anxiety and Depression.


Healthy Ways to Cope with Stress, Anxiety and Depression

Last week we talked about stress, anxiety and depression and the various ways many of us have either learned or chose to cope with emotional challenges in our life. Unfortunately, unhealthy coping skills not only make the situations worse, but affect our physical and emotional well-being. read more

Substance Abuse and Addiction - A Result of Anxiety and Stress.


Substance Abuse and Addiction - A Result of Anxiety and Stress

Common Ways People Cope with Stress and Anxiety That are Unfortunately 'Negative' We all experience stress and anxiety throughout our lives and we all have our own personal ways of coping when dealing with life's emotional challenges.
Sometimes we bring stress upon ourselves with choices we...

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Teens, Depression and Substance Abuse.


Teens, Depression and Substance Abuse

Adolescent Depression and Dependency I was fortunate enough to receive a comment from Celina about an article they posted on their blog titled 8 most common college diseases. If you've never gone to college or if it's been a life-time ago we just don't realize how stressful and exhausting this can...

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Depression or Substance Abuse, Which Came First?.


Depression or Substance Abuse, Which Came First?

Depression can cause substance abuse but did you know that substance abuse can lead to depression? Depression doesn't just affect adults, this illness plays no favorites. Children and adolescents, young adults, adults and the elderly are all included in this category. Left untreated or treated...

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Dual Diagnosis Treatment and Rehabilitation Overview.


Dual Diagnosis Treatment and Rehabilitation Overview

Dual Diagnosis means that a person has two different illnesses.
Such illnesses include: Severe or major mental illness and a substance disorder(s) Substance disorder(s) and a personality disorder(s) Substance disorder(s) and a personality disorder(s) and substance induced acute symptoms that...

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