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Personality disorders are mental health conditions that affect the way an individual thinks, feels, and behaves. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, about 9% of the U.S. population is diagnosed with a personality disorder.[1] The most common personality disorder is known as borderline personality...

Heroin addiction is known to be one of the most difficult addictions to overcome. Heroin is a powerful and addictive opioid. Abusing heroin can lead to a range of serious consequences to your health, relationships, and emotional wellbeing. Using heroin for even a short time can...

Co-occurring disorders are characterized by an individual having a substance use disorder and at least one additional mental health condition. For example, an individual who suffers from alcoholism and bipolar disorder has co-occurring disorders. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, “approximately 9.2...

Watching your loved one struggle with the disease of addiction is exhausting, terrifying, and stressful. When your loved one finally decides to enter rehab, you will probably feel a sense of relief. Knowing that they are safe, supported, and receiving treatment for their substance abuse...

Millions of people in the United States live with substance abuse or addiction or mental health conditions. Left untreated, addiction and mental illness can severely impact the lives of people living with the conditions in a wide range of ways. When someone lives with either...

Addiction treatment does not come in a one-size-fits-all approach. For treatment to be effective, it must be custom-tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual. One way treatment programs help meet the needs of various individuals is by offering multiple levels of care. If you...

Lack of financial resources is one of the most common barriers that stop people from seeking the addiction treatment they need. Although drug rehab can be costly, the treatment you receive will save you money in the long term. You will be shocked how much...

Most addiction treatment programs last approximately 28-30, 60, or 90 days. While different people have different needs, a 28-day drug rehab program is usually not long enough to provide adequate care for lasting sobriety. Most addiction experts agree that patients need at least 90 days...

Xanax (alprazolam) is a benzodiazepine medication that is used to treat a range of anxiety and panic disorders. While it is effective when used as directed, the medication can be highly addictive if abused because of its relaxing and calming side effects. Xanax addiction can...