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Anxiety Disorder

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 2020-08-04

[…]relationships and daily life, it is likely that anxiety disorder lies at the root of the problem. Anxiety disorder referred to as generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) involves an excessive amount of anxiety or worry about anything from health or work to everyday happenings for at least 6 months. The fear and anxiety can cause significant problems in most areas of a person’s life. An anxiety attack can occur suddenly without warning and intense feelings of fear and loss of control are experienced. Anxiety attacks usually peak within 10 minutes and rarely last more than half an hour. Emotional / mental […]

Coping with Drug Addiction and Anxiety

Relevance: 94%      Posted on: 2011-04-01

[…]treatment and care. Sometimes people have a dual diagnosis like 1. Drug addiction and 2. Anxiety. The anxiety could prevent you from attain contended sobriety or even getting into recovery. Contact us for a thorough addiction assessment of your needs. Drug use is sometimes excused as a means of “coping” with stress, but of course in reality drug use simply postpones problems and so cannot diminish stress.  So how can one cope with drug addiction and anxiety at the same time? Well for a start coming into drug rehab will help to eliminate many of life’s problems that drug addiction […]

Anxiety – Mental Health Treatment – Psychiatric Disorders.

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: 2020-06-15

[…]life event Biochemistry Genetics The following is a list of the various types of anxiety disorders: Social Anxiety disorder Generalised anxiety disorder Obsessive-compulsive disorder Panic disorders Post-traumatic stress disorder Anxiety can appear in a myriad of conditions and it can present very differently from individual to individual. It may present emotionally, however some individuals may present by displaying signs of physical distress. The one factor that binds all various forms of anxiety is a massively and significant overwhelming irrational fear. Here are some signs that someone is experiencing anxiety: Excessive worry with an inability to control it Intense episodes of […]

Adjustment Disorder

Relevance: 6%      Posted on: 2020-08-04

[…]concentration are affected negatively. Children with this disorder usually suffer with separation anxiety. Adjustment disorder with mixed anxiety and depressed mood: The symptoms present a combination of depression and anxiety. Adjustment disorder with disturbance of conduct: The dominant symptoms are behaviour’s that break the societal norms or the rights of others such as substance abuse, outbursts of anger, and revenge seeking. Adjustment disorder mixed disturbance of conduct and emotions: The symptoms prevalent in this type of adjustment disorder include emotional distress and disturbances of conduct. Adjustment disorder unspecified: This type of adjustment disorder displays dysfunctional responses to major life events […]

Dual Disorders Commonly Associated with Addiction

Relevance: 6%      Posted on: 2017-03-16

[…]psychotherapy that have been shown to be effective in treating clients with this disorder. Panic Anxiety Disorder Panic Anxiety Disorder is characterized by repeated and severe panic attacks.  The fear of having one of these attacks often leaves people feeling worried at all times and unable to put down roots in their lives. This mental disorder is accompanied by psychosomatic physical symptoms which include dizziness, an irregular heartbeat, and nervousness. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental illness that causes unmanageable anxiety as a result of reoccurring irrational thoughts. People suffering from OCD often feel that they […]

Prescription Drug Addiction

Relevance: 5%      Posted on: 2010-08-24

[…]which treat disorders like ADHD, and central nervous system (CNS) depressants which treat anxiety, sleep disorders, and other behavioural conditions. Some prescription drugs of addiction are stimulants which treat disorders like ADHD, and central nervous system (CNS) depressants which treat anxiety and sleep disorders. Because the medicines were originally prescribed by a doctor, people feel that they are not addicted, even when they realise that they have a problem, they feel that it is not the same as being addicted to street drugs. Download our e-book discussing prescription drug addiction. What may have begun as pain relief has escalated to […]

Recovery from addiction meets global pandemic: Ten ways to stay safe, sane and sober.

Relevance: 5%      Posted on: 2020-08-04

[…]with a new reality that now includes extended periods of isolation, job losses and high levels of anxiety amongst other scenarios.  If we look at things as they are, warts and all, we empower ourselves to move forward. It may be daunting at the onset but removing our rose-tinted glasses and clearly seeing the obstacles ahead allows us the opportunity to map a new course and navigate the terrain successfully. Check yourself before you wreck yourself. Ever hear the saying that prevention is better than cure?  True story and in order to prevent heading down a slippery slope we can […]


Relevance: 5%      Posted on: 2017-09-28

[…]attempting to effect chemicals in the brain that are perceived to be unbalanced and thereby cause anxiety. It’s important not to take drugs like Ativan and chlordiazepoxide (Librium) if you’re allergic to benzodiazepines and especially not Ativan if you are pregnant as this medication can cause birth defects in an unborn baby. Ativan is addictive and should only be used by the person it was prescribed for; sharing Ativan with another person can be dangerous. People recovering from addictions to alcohol or other drugs should stay away from all benzodiazepine drugs as this can lead to cross-addiction. Cross addicting is […]

Drug Rehabilitation Clinic in Manchester

Relevance: 5%      Posted on: 2017-04-21

[…]– … Pseudo-Opioid Resistance – … Coping with Drug Addiction and Anxiety – … The Principles of Treating Drug Addiction – Part Two – … Relapse Prevention – … A simple phone call is often the best and fastest way of getting help for an addiction. You can call WeDoRecover .com in confidence from the UK on: 0800 955 4357 or from South Africa on: 081 444 […]

Heroin Rehabilitation Clinic in Oxford

Relevance: 5%      Posted on: 2017-04-21

[…]– … What is Alcohol and Alcoholism? – … Coping with Drug Addiction and Anxiety – … A simple phone call is often the best and fastest way of getting help for an addiction. You can call WeDoRecover .com in confidence from the UK on: 0800 955 4357 or from South Africa on: 081 444 […]

Alcoholism Treatment in Cape Town

Relevance: 5%      Posted on: 2017-04-20

[…]or give us all call and we can explain. Steroids – … Coping with Drug Addiction and Anxiety – … Addiction Treatment Myths – … A simple phone call is often the best and fastest way of getting help for an addiction. You can call WeDoRecover .com in confidence from the UK on: 0800 955 4357 or from South Africa on: 081 444 […]

Last Night Before Drug Addiction Treatment

Relevance: 5%      Posted on: 2011-03-16

[…]I deserved to spend the night relaxed and content? I told myself that if I didn’t deal with my anxiety I would probably end up relapsing on drugs in a big way, so having a drink or two just to calm down was absolutely the best thing to do.  I didn’t realize that my drug addiction was using these rationalisations as a part of my denial system and addictive thinking processes to lure me into a dangerous situation. I arrived at the local pub and could really feel the onset of my withdrawal symptoms.  I’ve tried to detox by myself […]

“Club” Drugs

Relevance: 3%      Posted on: 2019-09-26

The “club” drugs are those which are associated with all-night dance parties held at clubs or outside venues. Read more about it on We Do […]

Specialised Drug Addiction Treatment

Relevance: 3%      Posted on: 2010-07-26

[…]often associated with other disorders such as ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder, depression and anxiety disorders. Undiagnosed learning disorders may have caused problems at school and thus low self-esteem, anxiety and depression. If the young adult gets properly diagnosed and helped, then depression and low self-esteem may clear up and help them with giving up their addiction. During this developmental stage there may also be physical, sexual abuse or victimization which also needs to be treated. Due to the sensitivity of adolescents, their peers and families can be extremely influential so it is imperative that they are included in addiction treatment […]

Alcohol Addiction Treatment Requires Expert Knowledge

Relevance: 3%      Posted on: 2010-10-02

[…]longer inhibited, translating into brain hyper-excitability. This manifests itself in the form of anxiety and an immense craving for alcohol. It is thus imperative to carefully watch for these withdrawal symptoms and ensure they are treated in order to help an alcoholic fight the urge to relapse during alcohol addiction treatment. Some of the symptoms to look out for and treat include minor withdrawal symptoms such as insomnia, tremors or shaking, mild anxiety, gastrointestinal upset, headache, sweating and palpitations. The onset of this is often during the first 6 to 12 hours of stopping alcohol abuse. Severe alcoholic withdrawals can […]

Alcohol Detox Advice

Relevance: 3%      Posted on: 2017-01-02

[…]include sweating, rapid pulse, hand tremors, insomnia, nausea or vomiting, physical agitation, anxiety, auditory hallucinations, and the possibility of grand mal seizures. The severity of the symptoms depends on the person’s alcohol abuse history. Not only do the physical symptoms need to be managed, but management of the psychological symptoms also need to be taught. It is common for individuals in alcohol detox programs to experience depression, anxiety, anger, mood swings and fear and they need to be able to deal with these debilitating consequences. Alcohol withdrawal programs Alcohol withdrawal programs should be individualised concerning the length of the program […]

Alcohol Detoxification Costs

Relevance: 3%      Posted on: 2010-10-21

[…]headache, Stomach upset, Feeling nauseous and vomiting, Psychological symptoms such as Anxiety & nervousness, Shaking Mood swings Other Alcohol withdrawal symptoms can include an increase in temperature, heart beat and breathing tempo. It is advisable to contact a medical doctor to prescribe medication to alleviate these withdrawal symptoms especially if you experience any of the following: Disturbed sleep or insomnia, Nightmares if you can sleep, A loss of appetite, Sweaty palms / clammy skin, Out of control eyelid movements and dilated pupils. A small portion of drinkers suffer the following serious alcohol detoxification symptoms: Seizures, Hallucinations, Delirium tremens, Anxiety, confusion […]

Crack Cocaine Addiction

Relevance: 3%      Posted on: 2017-04-20

[…]who become addicted to cocaine may suffer from depression or other mental illness, like anxiety disorder, as a result of long term cocaine abuse. It’s important when trying to find a suitable cocaine rehab that the addiction treatment centre offers a fully comprehensive treatment program that can provide specialist assessment to repair any damages created by these chemical imbalances. Finding a rehab that delivers treatment through a multi-disciplinary team of addiction treatment consultants is always best. Please contact us for expert and impartial advice on the best cocaine addiction treatment centres in South Africa, the UK or Thailand. We’ve run addiction clinics in the UK & South Africa […]

GHB/GBL Addiction

Relevance: 3%      Posted on: 2017-04-20

[…]is not available, the addict may suffer unpleasant withdrawal symptoms which includes sweating, anxiety, hypertension, and an increased heart rate. Like other withdrawal symptoms these will last for a few days and may need medical attention in a detoxification (detox) centre. GHB/GBL withdrawal can have a second, delayed, phase of withdrawal which is characterized by mental clouding, anxiety, and paranoia. This will last another 2-4 days and should be assessed by a doctor. GHB/GBL withdrawal can be life threatening and admission to an inpatient detoxification (detox) centre is highly recommended. The Dangers of Using GHB/GBL One of the biggest dangers […]

Opana Addiction

Relevance: 3%      Posted on: 2017-04-20

[…]is a prescription drug, and is commonly used by medical practitioners to relieve stress and anxiety before an individual has to undergo medical procedures such as surgery. It also boosts the effectiveness of any anaesthesia that may be used. Street-named as stop signs, pink heaven or biscuits to name a few, excessive use of the drug may lead an addiction. Signs and Symptoms of Opana Addiction Opana addicts will usually show signs of dizziness and disorientation, nausea and will vomit constantly and will also suffer from anxiety. Migraines and an increase in stress is also a common factor of opana […]