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11Inpatient Mental Health

Is It Time to Consider Inpatient Mental Health Care?

If you are having a difficult time lately living with a mental illness, it might be time to consider an inpatient mental...
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11best treatment for schizophrenia

What Are the Best Treatments for Schizophrenia in 2022?

Mental health therapies are always evolving as new research develops. And this is particularly true with schizophrenia, which is often considered to...
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11passively suicidal

Passively Suicidal: A Warning Sign You Should Never Ignore

Every year, 47,500 people die from suicide in the United States. Suicide is so common, in fact, that for people under the...
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11how to get out of a depressive episode

How to Get Out of a Depressive Episode

Everyone goes through funks in life—times where nothing seems to go right. Thankfully, these sad periods tend to go away on their...
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11fentanyl vs dilaudid

Fentanyl vs Morphine: Which Opioids Are Most Dangerous?

Fentanyl and morphine are both painkillers, but different painkillers affect the body in different ways. Two of the most common and potent...
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11Is Xanax Addictive

Is Xanax Addictive? Xanax FAQs

Xanax is the brand name for alprazolam, a prescription benzodiazepine commonly used to treat anxiety and panic disorders. Benzos are effective anti-anxiety...
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11covid anxiety syndrome

Do You Have Covid Anxiety Syndrome?

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, many people have reported struggling with mental health issues. In fact, so many people are...
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11How Is Cocaine Made?

How Is Cocaine Made? The Dangers of Cutting Agents

An increasing number of what’s sold today as “cocaine” contains no actual cocaine. The mixture labeled as cocaine is usually some combination...
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11Delusion vs Hallucination

Delusions vs Hallucinations: What’s the Difference?

Delusions and hallucinations are often lumped together when discussing different mental conditions, but they’re not the same. While both delusions and hallucinations...
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