Recognizing and Managing Mental Health Issues

Mental health continues to be a crucial topic worldwide. A significant reason behind this is many people are unable to cope with pressures from all walks of life. Evidence-based statistics reveal that many lives are changing for the worst due

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Tips for Selecting the Best Addiction Treatment Center

Addiction is a serious condition that affects millions of Americans, directly and indirectly, every year. That makes finding the best addiction treatment options crucial for the recovery process. Of course, addiction isn’t one thing. Alcohol addiction isn’t the same as

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How to Navigate Social Situations When Living Sober

Navigating social gatherings can be a challenge when living sober, particularly during the early stages of your recovery. This is when you are rewiring your brain in numerous ways, including as it relates to its reward centers, and creating a

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Support Systems for Recovering Drug Addicts

Support systems are essential in all areas of our lives. As many of us feel that we can succeed on our own, the truth is that, in nearly all cases, we need help, especially for those recovering from drug addiction.

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The Link Between Childhood Trauma and Mental Illness

Ideally, your childhood would have been a time full of joy and wonder. However, for some, it is full of physical, emotional or other types of abuse that can cause problems that last well into adulthood. Childhood trauma may increase

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The Dangers of Mixing Alcohol and Drugs - Cypress Lake Recovery

The Dangers of Mixing Alcohol and Drugs

We often hear warnings about the dangers of drinking alcohol, but it‘s also important to be aware of the harm that can come from mixing alcohol with drugs. Alcohol and drugs can have serious and dangerous interactions when used together.

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How to Cope with Seasonal Depression

How to Cope with Seasonal Depression According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, up to 6% of Americans may suffer from seasonal affective disorder, also known as SAD. This is a mental health condition caused by changes in brain

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