Are you struggling with opioid dependence? Suboxone® is an FDA-approved medication used in combination with counseling to help you recover from dependence. Find out how it could reduce risk of overdose and help you stop relying on opioids.
Teen years are characterized by challenging mental and physical changes. Changes can cause mood swings, stress, and worry, but when do these symptoms become a sign of a more serious issue? Learn to recognize signs of teen depression and anxiety here.
Many children are diagnosed with ADHD, but adults can have this common disorder as well. It’s characterized by inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity, but these can look different in adults versus children. Find out more about the signs here.
When patients stop being able to tell the difference between what is reality and what is not, they’re experiencing a condition called psychosis. To learn more about what psychosis is, as well as how to treat it, keep reading.
For 10 million Americans, the winter months present more than just a loss of sunlight and long days — they bring on seasonal affective disorder. If your depression is tied to the seasons and flares during winter, we can help.
Though there may be little good news when it comes to the opioid problem in the United States, there is a treatment that’s allowing people to take back control of their lives. Here’s a look at how Suboxone® can help break the chains of addiction.
Nearly 21 million Americans have an addiction, but only 10% receive treatment for it. It’s easy to make assumptions about addiction, but understanding its root causes is key to finding the most effective help and support that’s available.
It’s normal to have anxious feelings or worries from time to time. But, when they become excessive or uncontrollable, this might be an indication you have an anxiety disorder. Learn how to recognize the signs of these common and highly treatable medical co
If your loved one seems to be lost in another world, is seeing and hearing things others can’t, and swings between depression and mania, you might be dealing with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder. Find out how to tell the difference.
Women are particularly vulnerable to developing depression and anxiety. In fact, two times as many women compared to men have these maladies. Read on to learn why this inequality occurs and how you can reduce your risk.