EMDR therapy has been shown to help people process past traumatic events, reducing anxiety and depression. Besides these benefits, research also suggests that this form of therapy can help improve cognitive function, memory, and brain connectivity.
Although benzodiazepines are effective when used as directed, they can be abused as well as highly addictive. Benzo abuse and addiction can result in severe long-term effects and serious health problems.
Like most prescription drugs, opioid use does not come without risks. Even though opioids help relieve pain, abusing and becoming addicted to them can lead to a number of adverse effects that can affect your quality of life.
When someone stops using heroin, they may experience withdrawal symptoms as their body readjusts. These symptoms can range from mild to severe and fall into one of two categories: physical or psychological.
While benzodiazepines can be helpful for some, they can also be addictive and lead to dependence. Knowing the signs and symptoms of benzo abuse can help you get the help you need if you or someone you know is struggling with addiction.
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Because mental health and addiction concerns are so often interconnected, we utilize research-based approaches with evidence-based outcomes that promote overall healing and recovery.