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What Are PTSD Triggers and How To Cope With Them

What Are PTSD Triggers and How To Cope With Them

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a behavioral health condition that happens to some people after they experience a frightening or traumatic event. PTSD causes sufferers to experience flashbacks, nightmares and daily anxiety. PTSD triggers refer to the different stimuli that can cause anxiety and stress in those with the condition.

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Behavioral Health vs Emotional Health

Behavioral Health vs Emotional Health

The best behavioral health and addiction treatment facilities understand the difference between mental and emotional health. Think of behavioral health like a vast ocean. Within

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Depression and Isolation

Depression and Isolation

It’s extremely easy for someone with depression to go into isolation. Feeling the need to disconnect and withdraw from others is a common thing among those with depression. People with depression lean towards isolation because they feel tired, ashamed, guilty, sad and hopeless. They may feel like interacting with others and pretending to be ok is too hard.

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Benefits of Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Benefits of Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Substance use disorder isn’t just a struggle with addiction to drugs or alcohol. For many people, it’s also a struggle with unresolved behavioral health issues. Did you know that nearly six people out of every 10 with a substance abuse disorder also suffer from co-occurring mental illness?

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Behavioral Health TIPS DURING COVID-19

Behavioral Health tips during Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic has negatively affected the behavioral health of many in the country. The stress of social isolation and fear of getting the disease has increased cases of depression and anxiety.

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battling panic attacks

10 Tips for Battling Your Next Panic Attack

Anxiety: the most common dual diagnosis among alcoholics and addicts; the most common response when you take our drugs and alcohol away; the completely debilitating sensation that makes you want to literally crawl out of your skin to escape it all; the short circuit thoughts that take over your mind: “I am going to die,” “I am going to feel like this forever,” “I want this to stop. I need this to stop. If it doesn’t stop, I don’t know what I’m going to do.”

Chances are, if you are reading this article, you’ve experienced anxiety and panic at some point in your life. Or, maybe you’re a family member or friend of someone who suffers from anxiety, and you want to learn tools to help them through their next panic attack or anxiety episode.

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