In: Hallucinogens

Co-occurring Disorders in Teenagers: Cocaine and Anxiety

Anxiety commonly occurs in the teenage population due to the many changing factors associated with this life stage. Hormonal changes, physical…

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Risky Business: Habits and Behaviors that Increase the Risk of Developing a Mental Health Disorder

According to statistics, approximately one in five Americans will be affected by a mental health condition at least once in their…

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Most Common Mental Health Disorders in the United States

The first week of October is National Mental Health Awareness week and understanding the differences between mental health disorders and the…

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Overview of Stimulants

Stimulants or “uppers” are chemicals that induce feelings of euphoria, a racing heartbeat and alertness in the body. These substances can…

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Are Bipolar Disorder and Schizophrenia Related?

Oftentimes, it may be difficult for professionals, let alone the general public, to differentiate between mental health disorders especially when two…

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The Dangerous Side of Sleep Aids

There is three basic types of sleep disorders: those that cause insomnia, those that cause fatigue during the day, and those…

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Common Street Drugs That You Probably Have Never Heard of

Drug abuse has plagued the American continent since the 1800s, when morphine, heroin and cocaine were hailed for their amazing curative…

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Dissociative Identity Disorder

Dissociative identity disorder, commonly refereed to as multiple personality disorder, is a severe posttraumatic psychopathology disorder characterized by the disruption of…

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National Mental Health Month: Raising Awareness for Mental Health in the US

Since 1949, national mental health organizations across the United States have dedicated the month of May as National Mental Health month…

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7 Habits of Successful People with Bipolar Disorder

“The biggest lesson I’ve learned is to take bipolar disorder very seriously,” says Julie A. Fast, author of Take Charge of Bipolar…

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