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What Is Clinical Depression? Depression Symptoms and Depression Test

Clinical depression is also known as major depressive disorder or major depression. It is different from a depression caused by a medical condition, for example, thyroid disorder or a loss like the death of a loved one. Medical professionals normally rely on the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (Dsm-5), which the American Psychiatric Association published.  Common symptoms of[...] Read More

Marijuana Withdrawal Symptoms and Rehab

Marijuana’s effects are addictive. Some people are mild users and others are chronic users. Compared to other illegal drugs, marijuana’s withdrawal symptoms rarely pose a significant risk to your health. Mild users will experience mild withdrawal symptoms, and heavy users will experience heavy withdrawal symptoms. It is easy to deal with mild symptoms by yourself. However, you may need help[...] Read More

Coronavirus Pandemic, Social Distancing and Its Effect on Addiction Recovery

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is affecting most aspects of our lives. Hopes of POTUS for normalcy to return by Easter are long gone now. This expectation all but vanished after he extended the physical distancing, or social distancing as we popularly know it, period to, at least, late April.  Social distancing, frequent handwashing, working from home, mass testing, isolation of[...] Read More

How to Find AA Meetings Near Me in Florida

photo Alcohol addiction is a condition that continues to affect you even after you complete your drug rehab in West Palm Beach. Consequently, thousands of recovering addicts continue their aftercare program via frequent AA meetings. Support groups, such as AA, have helped recovering addicts sustain their sobriety in various ways for a long time. They give you a platform to[...] Read More

PTSD Symptoms in Men

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has been around for centuries. It has had many different names, such as battle fatigue and shell shock. While it is commonly associated with retired or discharged members of the military, it can affect anyone who has experienced traumatic events.  Statistics show that PTSD affects between 7 to 8 percent of the population. Men are less[...] Read More

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