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Trazodone And Alcohol

DESYREL (trazodone hydrochloride) And Alcohol In high doses, taking trazodone and alcohol together can be fatal, and in higher doses, taking both can have serious side effects. Alcohol is a depressant and can increase the risk of heart attack, stroke, heart failure and death. This includes the use of off-label medications, while other first-line medications are … Continue reading Trazodone And Alcohol

Inpatient Drug Rehab For Couples Massachusetts

Couples Rehabilitation centers in Massachusetts Couples Rehab Massachusetts   Are you looking for a couples rehab in  Massachusetts for you and your partner? Do want to stay in the same room during recovery? Some of the best addiction specialists work in couples drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers, including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, psychologists and addiction … Continue reading Inpatient Drug Rehab For Couples Massachusetts

Bipolar Depression

What’s Bipolar Disorder? Bipolar disorder is a mental condition that causes a wide range of mood disorders, including depression, anxiety and anxiety disorders. It is caused by a combination of two different types of mental illness, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. A person with bipolar disorder alternates between severe depressive episodes and short-term periods of mild … Continue reading Bipolar Depression

Major Depressive Disorder

Major Depression Depression or major depressive disorder is a common and serious illness that negatively affects our feeling, thinking, acting and behaviour. Depression, often referred to simply as depression, is more than just being sad or going through a difficult patch. It can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems that affect how … Continue reading Major Depressive Disorder

Social Anxiety Disorder

How to Manage Social Anxiety Disorder Social Anxiety Disorder (or social phobia) is a form of social anxiety disorder or fear of social interaction and is one of the most common and often debilitating forms of anxiety disorders in the United States, affecting approximately 5% of our total population. Extensive research has shown that cognitive … Continue reading Social Anxiety Disorder

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