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From drug abuse and alcoholism to depression and low self-esteem, Robbie Williams has battled it all
03-06   From drug abuse and alcoholism to depression and low self-esteem, Robbie Williams has battled it all

Celebrities are mostly perceived as infallible and larger-than-life human beings who are immune to the problems faced by general public. As it turns out, some of celebrities are no different from common individuals when it comes to their mental health. Singer Robbie Williams, widely regarded as the United Kingdom’s most successful solo artist ever, recently […]

When conventional treatment falls short of treating dual diagnosis
09-07   When conventional treatment falls short of treating dual diagnosis

A dual diagnosis of co-occurring behavioral health conditions has been described as having the worst of both worlds. The symptoms of both disorders can become comorbid and intertwine, causing relapse if both disorders are not fully treated at the same time. Unfortunately, in this nefarious chicken-or-the-egg scenario, conventional treatment is insufficient to address issues, leading […]

Behavioral health disorders that often appear together
06-30   Behavioral health disorders that often appear together

Mental health conditions do not occur in a vacuum. The same can also be said about substance abuse disorders (SUDs). The Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration notes nearly 8 million Americans had co-occurring disorders in 2014. As far back as 2001, researchers established the relationship between mental health disorders and SUDs. The existence of […]

5 ways people self-medicate
05-24   5 ways people self-medicate

Substance abuse is a common form of self-medication that people with mental health conditions tend to rely on to cope with their emotional distress. The self-medication theory of addiction was proposed in 1985 by Edward J. Khantzian, M.D., a professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, to describe the tendency for people to use alcohol […]

Dual diagnosis is common among prescription drug abusers
05-11   Dual diagnosis is common among prescription drug abusers

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) deem prescription drug abuse in the U.S. an epidemic. In 2014, over 18,000 people fatally overdosed on prescription painkillers. As this article will show, individuals who abuse prescription drugs are at greater risk for having co-occurring mental health issues. Substance use disorders and moods The numbers don’t […]

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