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Bipolar Symptoms You Should Know

The bipolar disorder symptoms are defined as having specific episodes of mood changes that are on polar opposites of the spectrum. Elevated mood, or a manic state, and depression. The term “bipolar” is used so often in society, that the …

The Effects of Child Abuse on the Brain

The childhood years are vital to development for the later years. Childhood trauma can have a profound effect and cause changes in the brain that can change responses to certain situations. November is Child Safety Month, and understanding …

Using Ketamine Therapy to Treat OCD

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) can be debilitating. Thoughts and behaviors associated with OCD can hinder an individual from living a normal life. It can be difficult to treat with conventional methods and medications, and can also tak …

Does EMDR Work for Anxiety?

For those suffering from anxiety and anxiety disorder, it can be difficult to find effective and lasting treatment. Furthermore, you may not know where to begin looking for treatment options in the first place. Fortunately, the Neuroscience …

What is the Difference Between an OP and IOP?

Treatment for mental health disorders and addiction can occur at many levels. Most people understand the general difference between inpatient and outpatient care. But the distinctions don’t stop there. Outpatient treatment is also divided …

What Are the Signs of Depression?

October is National Depression Education & Awareness Month. This month is dedicated to eliminating the stigma of depression and empowering people to support each other more effectively. Learning the signs of depression is a valuable way …

Can Meth Trigger Schizophrenia?

Methamphetamine abuse can cause considerable physical and mental harm. The negative effects of chronic meth abuse can include hallucinations and delusions. These two effects are also symptoms of schizophrenia and certain other mental health …

The Warning Signs of Generalized Anxiety Disorder

You often feel nervous or afraid for no apparent reason. You’ve begun to have frequent headaches and stomach aches. And it’s become more difficult for you to fall asleep and stay asleep. These can be warning signs of generalized anxiety …

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