Addiction to alcohol, drug or any illicit substance is not an overnight phenomenon. So, the first thing that you should remember while wanting to quit is the fact that even recovery is equally time-taking; hence, you will have to plan it patiently and not give up even when it may look impossible. Talking about how
Statistics report that women are twice as likely to experience a major depressive disorder as men and upto three times more likely to suffer from anxiety disorders or to attempt suicide. We agree that these stats are alarming but let us highlight a few findings that can put some light on why the same could
The habit of excessive smartphone use is a growing problem among all age groups, especially among teens and young adults. The habit is usually driven by an urge to stay up-to-date, which is a good thing in normal circumstances, but the worrying part sets in when the urge transforms into an addiction. Like any other
Drugs have become a leading cause of urgent psychiatric care and debilitating health. They are the biggest trigger for underlying psychiatric illness in today’s time especially because people who consume drugs are either oblivious of the facts related to drug abuse or tend to ignore what’s known as they believe to have full control on
Smoking marijuana every day can have the most adverse side effects on teens. This is so because their young brains are still developing, and introducing superfluous cannabinoids in their body can hinder healthy brain development. To know more about how marijuana affects the brain, you may read this article “Marijuana’s stealthy invasion of the brain.”
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