Properly done, REBT can be effective in treating anxiety, addictive behaviors, depression, eating disorders, phobias, and many other issues.
Read on as we dive deep into the different types, causes, symptoms, and treatments for the many personality disorders one can experience.
Emotional regulation involves putting a delay between a feeling and acting — thinking things through, making a plan, or waiting patiently. To put it simply, emotional regulation skills help you to think before you act.
Self-medication can take several forms, from illegal drugs to prescription medications, from alcohol to food. Each form of self-medication has risks and problems associated with it.
Panic attacks are almost impossible to stop, but there are some things you can do to help minimize and manage the situation.
Research has indicated that many people dealing with borderline personality disorder also will struggle with addiction to alcohol or drugs.
The clinical diagnosis people refer to when they say high-functioning depression is a condition known as persistent depressive disorder (PDD) or dysthymia.
With the appropriate treatment, people can not only manage their illness, but they can also go on to lead productive lives. What’s more, mental health treatment has been proven through research to be effective.
Learning how to support the person with insomnia is not only helpful for them, but it also can be helpful for the romantic partners of the insomniacs, who get drawn into their sleep issues.
Even though morphine is a natural substance derived from the poppy plant, heroin harms a person’s body and brain in multiple ways, and it’s two or three times more potent than morphine.