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Pornography and Depression

Pornography and Depression

According to the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT), pornography can neither be classified as an addiction nor as a mental health condition. However, people have tried to link it with several addictions and mental health conditions over the years - some...

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Neurosis

Neurosis

Neurosis is a term used by psychologists and psychiatrists to refer to anxious feelings, symptoms, and behaviors. Meanwhile, some doctors use neurosis to describe a spectrum of mental illnesses other than psychotic disorders. ...

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CPTSD

CPTSD

The biggest difference between PTSD and CPTSD is the frequency of the trauma experience. PTSD is created by a singular traumatic event. CPTSD happens after you experience long-lasting trauma. The trauma will continue for months or years....

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How to Stop Smoking Weed

How to Stop Smoking Weed

The best way to stop smoking weed is to devise a plan. Your plan should include: Set a Date – By setting a date to quit, you mentally set a target to end your drug use. Set the date as a specific point in the future....

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Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

The effects of fetal alcohol syndrome can vary in severity from child to child and not every child will have all or every effect that another child may have because of it. The effects that are caused by Fetal Alcohol Syndrome are not reversible....

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How to Increase GABA Naturally

All About GABA

Otherwise known as gamma-aminobutyric acid, GABA is a neurotransmitter that is associated with a more relaxed attitude, better sleep, and reduced tension, anxiety, and stress. Your body produces GABA which increases the communication between your brain cells. In addition, GABA also interacts with receptors in...

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Evidence Based Treatment

Evidence Based Treatment

Evidence Based Treatment or EBT is a term that refers to treatments that have scientific backing. In other words, these are treatments in which extensive research and monitored studies have been performed to see if they work. The goal of EBT is to provide a...

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Experiential Therapy

Experiential Therapy

Experiential therapy lets patients recreate specific situations from the past or those they are experiencing today to deal with them in a healthy manner. This is role playing that may use props, art, or music to bring awareness to the thoughts and emotions that are...

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ETOH Abuse

ETOH Abuse

There are several treatment options for ETOH abuse. The first thing to do is to determine if you or a loved one has an alcohol problem. If you do, then treatment is available. You may be able to quit drinking cold turkey, but if you...

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winnie the pooh mental health

Winnie the Pooh Mental Health

In 2000, Dr Sarah Shea and a group of colleagues published a paper by the name Pathology in the Hundred Acre Wood: a neurodevelopmental perspective on A.A. Milne in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. Their report claimed the characters of Winnie the Pooh displayed symptoms...

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