What Is the TMS Therapy Success Rate?

Added By South Tampa Psychiatry South Tampa Psychiatry Published: February 16, 2022 Updated: February 25, 2022 Medication and therapy are the two primary methods for treating depression. Unfortunately, not everyone responds well to common antidepressants, and therapy can require time and money before the patient sees noticeable results. The lack of overwhelming success from traditional…

Benefits of Residential Addiction Treatment

Every day, people from all walks of life across the country battle addiction. Many of those suffering from drug and alcohol dependency hide their addiction. It can take months or years for their families to notice. It can take just as long for someone to admit they need addiction help. Unnecessary shame, embarrassment, and feelings…

Effects of Negative Thinking

When asked to point to causes for fatigue, mental exhaustion, and prolonged stress, most likely would not think of negative thinking. Yet, there is increasing evidence that people’s thought patterns and behaviors can substantially affect their physical and mental health. Part of countering the harmful symptoms of mental illness is identifying and countering negative thinking,…

What Is Anxiety Treatment?

Anxiety is the body’s natural response to stress. In regular doses, anxiety can be beneficial to our overall well-being. However, when anxiety is chronic and persistent, it is harmful to our physical and mental health. Approximately 40 million Americans suffer from some form of anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders can range from mild to severe and…

What Is Psychological Dependence?

All psychoactive substances, such as alcohol, marijuana, and opiates, have the potential to cause both physical and psychological addiction. But what is psychological dependence? Psychological dependence requires treatment but does not result in your body developing a physical dependency on your substance of choice. Both physical and psychological dependencies can cause withdrawal symptoms and require…

Treatment for PTSD and Substance Use

Teens are under more stress than ever before. The sheer weight of this pressure has also led to an increase in substance use and mental health disorders, such as post-traumatic stress disorder, also known as PTSD. Post-traumatic stress disorder is a mental health disorder that occurs when a person has difficulty processing an emotionally disturbing…

Healthy Ways for Processing Trauma

It’s said that nearly 70% of Americans have experienced at least one traumatic event in their lives. Trauma can touch anyone, regardless of background, financial status, or age. For those processing traumas alone, the result can often be an overwhelming sense of helplessness that is crippling and, if left untreated, dangerous. If you or someone…

Physical Effects of Anxiety on Your Body

Most people think of the effects of anxiety as divorced from their body’s physical health. But the truth is physical and mental health are inextricably connected. Changes to your physical health will affect your mental health, and changes to your mental health will affect your physical health. Everyone experiences anxiety occasionally, but extended bouts with…

What Can Christian Rehab Centers Do for You?

Addiction and recovery can be the most trying experiences of a person’s life. They test the strength of relationships, personal will, and faith. For women in search of rehab programs and facilities, a faith-based approach can often provide strength and hope beyond typical addiction treatments. Christian rehab programs can offer clients and their families the…

What Does Dual Diagnosis Treatment for Depression and Addiction Look Like?

It’s common for those with a depressive order to struggle with substance abuse issues. Depression can lead many to attempt to distract themselves or mask the problem with drugs or alcohol, which may help them momentarily, but ultimately causes the depression to worsen. A dual diagnosis treatment program is often necessary to address these co-occurring…