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Dual Diagnosis Treatment

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Jonathan Howard

Can Xanax Make Anxiety Worse?

Discover the unexpected effects of Xanax as we explore the question, “Can Xanax make anxiety worse?” Unravel the concept of paradoxical reactions to this medication and understand the potential causes behind increased anxiety.

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The Risks of Leaving a Dual Diagnosis Untreated

Dual diagnosis is when a mood disorder and addiction go hand in hand. One can’t be fixed without also dealing with the other, as the mental illness may have been triggered by the substance abuse, or, conversely, the substance abuse was brought about as a way to self medicate in reaction to the troubling symptoms of the mental illness. Either way, they are closely linked and need special care when treatment is sought.

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What is Dual Diagnosis Treatment?

Dual diagnosis treatment is used to treat individuals who are suffering from both a mental health issue, such as depression, anxiety or post traumatic stress disorder, in addition to a drug or alcohol addiction . Sometimes the psychological condition is pre-existing and is what drove them to abuse the substance. Other times, it’s the reverse, where the substance abuse led to the mental illness and emotional issues. Either way, dual diagnosis must be treated in a treatment center staffed by professionals who have the knowledge and training to provide specialized counseling.

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Does My Wife Need Dual Diagnosis Treatment?

Dual diagnosis treatment is the most appropriate and most effective treatment option for any client who has been diagnosed with an addiction and at least one accompanying mental health disorder. If your wife or another loved one has an addiction and a mental health issue, dual diagnosis treatment can help her to work towards the recovery process and to gain symptom management at the same time for better health, productivity, balance and stability.

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What is dual diagnosis treatment?

Dual diagnosis treatment is specialized addiction and mental health therapy for individuals who suffer from both addiction and an underlying mental health condition like depression or anxiety. Dual diagnosis are common and many, many individuals suffer from more than one condition at a time. These disorders are most successfully treated when they are treated simultaneously, thus lessening the risk for a relapse caused by untreated disorders.

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Dual Diagnosis Kills Two Birds with One Stone

Dual diagnosis treatment works on treating both addiction and mental illness at the same time. It is the only means of reaching a successful recovery process for clients of addiction and at least one mental health disorder because addiction affects the mental health and vice versa.

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