How to Stop Drug Abuse

Are you or someone you love addicted to drugs or alcohol? If so, you may be wondering how to stop drug abuse. Think you can stop on your own? You may need a reality check. Once you become addicted, your brain gets used to drugs and alcohol and changes its functioning. At Promises Behavioral Health,…

Partial Hospitalization for Addiction Treatment

parPartial hospitalization is an intensive level of treatment that helps individuals struggling with drug addiction and or mental health issues. This program includes a medical doctor or other staffers such as a physician assistant who can prescribe medications, in the event they are necessary. This level of programming usually follows inpatient treatment. Generally, it requires…

Depression Treatment During COVID-19 Pandemic

Depression Treatment During COVID-19 As the stock market dropped to extreme lows recently and the outbreak of COVID-19 intensified, people in the United States began panicking. With already over 275,000 cases worldwide and more than 11,000 deaths, many governors and leaders are requesting that people only go out for essential items. Restaurants are closing their…

Urgent! Learn How to Stop A Panic Attack

How To Prevent A Panic Attack Panic disorder is a common mental health condition related to anxiety marked by frequent panic attacks. People with panic disorder experience unpredictable but repetitive episodes of intense fear. Panic attacks can be paralyzing, and last for 20 to 30 minutes. During a panic attack, they may be unable to…

Trauma and PTSD Treatment

Traumatic events and experiences can happen to anyone at any time. They come in many forms that are typically characterized by an intense, overwhelming reaction to an event or chronic experience. For instance, traumatic events include actions such as sexual assault, physical abuse, bullying, neglect, combat, crimes, deaths, and other violent events. But chronic experiences,…

Do I Have Co-Occurring Disorders?

Do I have co-occurring disorders? It’s possible. More than 9 million people in America do, according to 2018 numbers. Co-occurring disorders happen when you suffer from two medical conditions, such as substance use disorder and depression, simultaneously. The proper term for this condition is a dual diagnosis, and help is readily available. Do I have Co-Occurring…

Benefits of a Tennessee Rehab Center

When people suffer from addiction, they can seek help at a variety of rehab centers around the country. However, Tennessee has some of the best drug and alcohol rehab programs in the nation. The benefits of a Tennessee rehab center are many. In some cases, people travel from across the country just to take advantage of…