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Does Low Spirit and Loneliness Make You Feel Good and Bad At The Same Time?

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Does Low Spirit and Loneliness Make You Feel Good and Bad At The Same Time?

There are times when you are feeling low or feeling lonely you end up feeling both good and bad at the same time. In essence it is generally signified as a mixed episode. This is not a disorder, but more of a symptom of a type of bipolar disorder. Generally it is a time when…

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What Does a Psychopharmacologist Do?

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What Does a Psychopharmacologist Do?

You may have heard the term “psychopharmacologist,” but be unsure as to what a psychophramacologist does. Here is some information on what a psychopharmacologist is, and what they do. Here is some information on what the profession is. To understand what a psychopharmacologist is, let’s start with this definition of psychopharmacology from the Women’s Mental…

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Addiction and Mental Illness: Are They Connected?

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Addiction and Mental Illness: Are They Connected?

It is a generally agreed upon fact that roughly half of those with severe mental illnesses have an alcohol or substance abuse problem, and almost half of all people dependent on drugs or alcohol have some sort of mental illness. But is there a specific link between those with mental illnesses and substance abuse? There…

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Xanax Abuse And Addiction Signs

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Xanax Abuse And Addiction Signs

“I think that my best friend has a problem with Xanax, what are the signs of abuse and addiction?” Xanax addiction and addiction to prescription pills has increased greatly over the last decade.  This may have something to do with more people suffering from mild disorders like anxiety, stress and depression and it might also…

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4 Common Questions About Bipolar Disorder

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4 Common Questions About Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorders causes suffers to erratically swing between moods. Individuals with this disorder can quickly go from depression to mania. There are three different forms of bipolar disorder: Type I refers to individuals who have suffered one or more manic episodes Type II refers to individuals with severe mood swings who haven’t suffered a manic…

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