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Am I a High-Functioning Alcoholic?

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Am I a High-Functioning Alcoholic?
Dealing with an alcoholism disorder begins by evaluating its extent through identified signs. While some people are mild drinkers others are high functioning alcoholics.
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Exploring the Link Between Smartphone Usage and Childhood Depression, Anxiety and Suicide
Studies show a connection between increasing smartphone usage and the rising rates of teen depression. Adults can play an important role in supporting mental health and the well-being of teenagers by understanding how to use this information to support teens emotional needs
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Did You Know Depression Can Change Your Brain and Lead to Addictions?
In a study with more than 3000 people, the results shed light on the biological changes that occur in the brain when a person is depressed.
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Men and Women Use Different Coping Mechanisms

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Men and Women Use Different Coping Mechanisms
Over the course of many years, the human race has searched for methods to overcome hardships. Studies have shown that usually women tend to feel depressed when compared to men who tend to cope through drug abuse and alcohol addiction. Of course, this will always vary among every individual. Nonetheless, this pattern is explainable physically and psychologically.
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Social Rank Can Trigger Stress and Addiction

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Social Rank Can Trigger Stress and Addiction
There are many issues that could elicit stress and drive individuals to addiction. A potentially overlooked cause may be the burden of social rank.
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What Is Suboxone, and Can It Help Me?

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What Is Suboxone, and Can It Help Me?
If you or someone you know is currently trying to kick an opiate addiction, the number of treatment options may be confusing or intimidating. For one of the most effective treatment medications, Suboxone, the answer isn’t so complicated
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Recognizing Substance Abuse In Your Spouse

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Recognizing Substance Abuse In Your Spouse
Substance abuse is an insidious problem that causes individuals to change many of their normal behaviors. Here are some of the changes that indicate the use of drugs or alcohol has reached the stage of addiction.
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The Opioid Addiction Crises & Mental Health

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The Opioid Addiction Crises & Mental Health
One much overlooked factor in America's opiate epidemic is the link between mental health and opiate addiction, which can help to explain why some people seem more prone to become addicted than others.
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Is Chemical Dependency Hereditary?

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Is Chemical Dependency Hereditary?
Whether the problem is drugs or alcohol, addiction carries with it the potential to completely destroy a person's health and life. Addiction can truly strike any person at any time.
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Does the Internet Cause Depression?

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Does the Internet Cause Depression?
There is no overlooking the popularity of the modern internet. Unfortunately, being online too much can actually make a person feel hopeless and mentally drained. Here are some of the key facts about depression and the internet.
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