Category Archives: Co-Occurring Disorders

ADHD and Addiction

ADHD and Addiction

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and addiction are common co-occurring conditions. These disorders can share similar signs and symptoms. Since these conditions have read more...
Category: Co-Occurring Disorders on 09 June 2020
Mood Disorders and Addiction

Mood Disorders and Addiction

Mood disorders frequently co-occur with substance use disorders. Treating both conditions simultaneously leads to higher recovery rates. read more...
Category: Co-Occurring Disorders on 04 June 2020
Bipolar Disorder and Addiction

Bipolar Disorder and Addiction

Bipolar disorder is also known as manic-depressive disorder. Symptoms of this disorder are characterized by... read more...
Category: Co-Occurring Disorders on 26 May 2020
Treating Addiction, Depression and Anxiety Disorders

Treating Addiction, Depression and Anxiety Disorders

Any co-occurring mental health condition must be addressed at the same time as the substance abuse through... read more...
Category: Co-Occurring Disorders on 21 May 2020
5 Most Common Mental Health Conditions that Are Associated with Addictions

5 Most Common Mental Health Conditions that Are Associated with Addictions

Addiction is often associated with a mental health condition making the recovery process challenging as the individual... read more...
Category: Co-Occurring Disorders on 04 February 2020
Substance Use & Mental Health Problems – Dual Diagnosis/Co-occurring Disorders

Substance Use & Mental Health Problems – Dual Diagnosis/Co-occurring Disorders

It is important to determine if an individual struggling with substance addiction has more than one diagnosis. The reason is short and simple – without having multiple diagnoses recognized and treated, the individual will likely go through the whole process of rehab with the underlying condition which has contributed to the disease of addiction still in place. This substantially increases the possibility of relapse. read more...
Category: Co-Occurring Disorders on 23 April 2019

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