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alcohol and depression
23
Oct

Alcohol Detox at Home: Is It Safe?

When you decide that you want to quit your alcohol addiction, your first thought may be that you’ll detox from alcohol at home. After all, it’s normal to want to stop drinking without wanting to enroll in an alcohol rehab. But does that mean that alcohol detox at home is safe, or even an effective...
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09
Oct

What to Do After Rehab to Avoid Relapse

When you have a mental health condition or substance abuse issue, getting help is important. But so is knowing how to get help after you graduate from a treatment program. Recovery is a lifelong process, and you’ll need to be prepared to commit to recovery after you return to your normal life. But how can...
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14
Aug

How to Get Sober in 5 Steps

Just because you want to get sober doesn’t mean you know how to get sober. Even more importantly, just because you do something to further your sobriety today doesn’t necessarily mean your new-found sobriety will stick. If you really want to quit your habit for good, you have to start by getting real about the...
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28
May

Psychiatrist in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Are you in the Baton Rouge, Louisiana area and looking for a psychiatrist to treat depression, anxiety, and other mental health conditions? Baton Rouge Behavioral Hospital offers an on-sight psychiatrist conveniently located throughout Baton Rouge and the Capital area.  What Is a Psychiatrist? A psychiatrist is a doctor who specializes in mental health and substance...
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07
Feb

Alcohol and Depression: What’s the Connection?

The link between dependency on alcohol and depression is undeniable. Statistics indicate that anywhere between 30-50 percent of people with alcohol dependency also suffer from depression. Likewise, about one third of people with major depression also have a co-occurring substance use disorder. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 9.2 million U.S....
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