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Often, people with anxiety may turn to drugs as a way of coping, but the use of drugs may make the anxiety worse.
By seeking professional help, you may be able to address your drug addiction along side your anxiety. We may be able to help you find the freedom from drug abuse. We work with our partner’s licensed treatment centers across the country. We may be able to get you to a licensed addiction treatment facility to treat the drug abuse and the anxiety at the same time.
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How is my Drug Abuse Connected to my Anxiety?
The relationship between drug abuse and anxiety or depression is a complex issue. Sometimes, mental health problems such as anxiety may cause someone to seek relief by using drugs.
We have representatives that will help you come up with individualized treatment solutions that will address your individual needs.
Drug Use and Anxiety – Dual Diagnosis Treatment
When someone has a substance abuse problem and an anxiety disorder, it may be considered a dual diagnosis. By treating the substance abuse and learning the mechanisms to cope with your anxiety, you may be able to live a drug-free life. Dual diagnosis situations require prompt and efficient treatment.
Our representatives may be able to help find a licensed treatment program just for you. This individualized treatment program will include group therapy, individual therapy as well as nutritional counseling.
If you are suffering from anxiety and drug abuse, it may be time to seek help. You are not alone. Millions of Americans suffer from various kinds of dual diagnosis conditions. Call us today.
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Symptoms of Mental Health Disorders
Here are some of the mental health symptoms and warning signs that you should look out for:
• Social withdrawal or isolation
• Lack of interest towards initiative and all kinds of activities
• Frequent mood swings
• Confused thinking
• Too much or too little sleep
• Lack of concentration in important matters
• Fixation with suicide, death or extreme violence
• Delusions, hallucinations or detachment from reality
• Drug abuse
• Excessive worries or fears
• Reduced functioning
• Self-harm and other forms of self-destructive behavior
• Feelings of worthlessness or hopelessness
• Extreme hostility or anger
• Difficulty relating to people or situations
• Low energy or general tiredness
Can I Stop Taking the Drugs on My Own?
When a person using a particular drug suddenly stops the use, they may face some serious complications or withdrawal symptoms. When someone is addicted to a particular drug, whether illegal or not, the body gets “used” to the drug and may react adversely in case there is a sudden halt on the use of the drug.
In cases where you are grappling with withdrawal symptoms after ending the use of a drug, we may recommend certain treatment options that can help you overcome your situation.
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