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Guide To Preventing Relapse
Mental Well-being Is Something You Can’t Ignore Human beings are made in a manner that continually strives to find comfort. The comfort is in the form of pleasure that one enjoys doing, either part-time or when doing their jobs. By doing this routine for years, the brains are adjusted, triggering the feel-good hormones. This is…
Taking Care of Your Mental Health during This Pandemic Time
Mental health is necessary for a balanced, happy, and fulfilling life. It affects how we feel, thinks, and spend our lives by encompassing our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. Prioritizing mental health during the pandemic is, without a doubt, critical Mental Well-being Is Something You Can’t Ignore Mental illness can cause stress and affect our…
Steps to beat gambling addiction
What is Bipolar Disorder?
Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition that causes extreme mood swings, specifically containing extreme emotional highs and lows. It was earlier referred to as Manic Depression.   This disorder causes unusual shifts in mood, activity levels, energy etc. These moods can range from being elated for energy to very down, indifferent or hopeless episodes…
Impacts of trauma on mental health
According to a report by WHO, 7.5% of all Indians suffer from a mental disorder. Now 7.5% might not sound like a lot of people but 7.5% of the second largest country, in terms of population, surpasses the population of USA. The word ‘Trauma’ has been borrowed from the Greek language, in which it means…
Key factors to be considered before shortlisting a rehabilitation center for substance abuse
Addiction is an ailment that not only affects the person, but also the people around that person. It affects nearly every aspect of a person’s life from personal relations to professional association and productivity. To choose the right rehabilitation center for substance abuse, the person should take into consideration specific targets that they’d like to…
Coping with relapse and ways to prevent it
During rehabilitation, patients learn about certain stressors, or triggers, that they have to avoid in order to maintain their sobriety for longer periods of time. If the person isn’t able to cope with the stressors, she/he relapses and gets addicted to their choice of psychoactive. Thus, individuals are trained in coping techniques to prevent relapse…

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