Depression Treatment During COVID-19 Pandemic

Depression Treatment During COVID-19 As the stock market dropped to extreme lows recently and the outbreak of COVID-19 intensified, people in the United States began panicking. With already over 275,000 cases worldwide and more than 11,000 deaths, many governors and leaders are requesting that people only go out for essential items. Restaurants are closing their…

Trauma and PTSD Treatment

Traumatic events and experiences can happen to anyone at any time. They come in many forms that are typically characterized by an intense, overwhelming reaction to an event or chronic experience. For instance, traumatic events include actions such as sexual assault, physical abuse, bullying, neglect, combat, crimes, deaths, and other violent events. But chronic experiences,…

Do I Have Co-Occurring Disorders?

Do I have co-occurring disorders? It’s possible. More than 9 million people in America do, according to 2018 numbers. Co-occurring disorders happen when you suffer from two medical conditions, such as substance use disorder and depression, simultaneously. The proper term for this condition is a dual diagnosis, and help is readily available. Do I have Co-Occurring…

How to Prevent a Panic Attack

Drug rehab is often a challenging situation that may place you in a tough place. As a result, you may experience extreme anxiety or even a panic attack during your stay. Thankfully, Memphis Recovery Centers professionals can help you learn how to prevent a panic attack. You can use these techniques while you’re in addiction…

Dangers of Fentanyl

The Dangers of Fentanyl are Worse Than Heroin The dangers of fentanyl stem from its origin as an opioid drug, a synthetic substance based on the natural compound morphine. Other opioids include heroin and prescription narcotic painkillers like hydromorphone, hydrocodone, and oxycodone. Legal, prescription opioids like fentanyl are used most often to manage pain. Most…