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Bipolar Disorder and Addiction

Bipolar disorder and substance use disorders (SUDs) commonly occur together. When a person has one or more mental health disorders as well as a substance use disorder, this is called co-occurring disorders, or dual diagnosis. If you or someone you care about is dealing with co-occurring addiction and bipolar disorder, you’re not alone. Studies estimate […]

BPD and Addiction

Considered to be the third most predominant personality disorder in the United States, borderline personality disorder, or BPD, likely co-occurs with substance abuse disorders (SUDs) more than any other personality disorder aside from antisocial personality disorder, the journal Innovations in Clinical Neuroscience publishes. The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) reports that between 1.6 and […]

5 Holistic Treatments That Could Be the Key to Your Addiction Recovery

There is a great deal of scientific research that supports the use of holistic therapies in the treatment of addiction – not only during the initial treatment period in the first months of recovery but also for the long-term. Though they should not be used alone, they can be a hugely beneficial addition to a […]