Researchers continue to study what causes DMDD, but there are methods children can learn to cope with the diagnosis to improve their quality of life, school performance, and family relationships.
Today, we’ll explore sleep disorders further, closely examining the most frequently occurring types, what causes them, and how sufferers can treat them to find relief.
Drugs or alcohol can make it hard to study, improve skills, and retain concepts. The effects are long-lasting, and sometimes permanent.
There is a lot of misinformation in circulation about addiction and recovery. The end result is that people with a substance abuse problem simply don’t receive the treatment they need.
Not only is regular use of cocaine potentially deadly, but it can also affect a person’s mental health due to how the drug changes a person’s brain.
Many people unfamiliar with each disorder’s specifics believe there is a link or overlap between ADHD and borderline personality disorder. That’s why we want to take the time to analyze both disorders.
By itself, impulsive behavior is not a symptom of a disorder, but the inability to control behavior regardless of the consequences is a sign of a condition called impulse control disorder, or ICD.
Today, we’ll help to clarify confusion by exploring dissociative disorders deeper, including the specifics behind their symptoms, causes, how mental health professionals diagnose them, and how to treat them effectively.
Stress and anxiety can be true monsters, but you can fight them off without resorting to medication. Simple lifestyle changes may be enough to overcome worry, or at least make it easily manageable.
The fast-acting nature of Xanax is connected to the drug’s risk of addiction, as is the fact that it releases dopamine, affecting the pleasure center in the brain.