Schizophrenia causes a wide variety of symptoms, and some of them may even overlap with other mental health conditions. This prompts the question: Can you have schizophrenia and not realize it? Read on to find out.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can feel all-encompassing and overwhelming, but it’s treatable. In this article, we share five encouraging facts about PTSD so you can see the hope for a better future.
Watching a loved one struggle with addiction can be tough. You may not know what to say or do, but there are many ways to support them. Read on as we explain a few tips for supporting your loved ones through addiction treatment.
You might be familiar with major depressive disorder, but what does it mean if your depression is treatment-resistant? Read on to learn four things we know about treatment-resistant depression and how we can help you find relief.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a fairly well-known mental health condition, but what you might not realize is that there are three types of ADHD. Read on to learn more about each type of ADHD and how to tell which one you have.
Mental health conditions have many risk factors, including genetic ties. But which ones run in families? Read on to learn about four mental health disorders you can inherit and how you can support your mental health if you’re at risk.
Medication and therapy are the gold standards of treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder, but there are still many things you can do at home to help manage your symptoms. Read on to explore five coping strategies to try on your own.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a complex and serious type of anxiety disorder. In addition to medication and therapy, PTSD can also benefit from ketamine therapy. Read on to learn more about this treatment.
Depression is a common mental health condition that affects hundreds of millions of people, yet sometimes people with depression can feel embarrassed about their diagnosis. Read on to learn four tips to help overcome embarrassment.
Realizing you might have a problem with alcohol can be an overwhelming thought, but reaching out for help can be a lifeline. If you’re struggling with the cycle of craving and withdrawal of alcohol addiction, read on. We can help.
Schizophrenia is a rare disorder marked by hallucinations and delusions that can impair your ability to interpret reality. Because schizophrenia is so serious, those diagnosed with it often want to know if there’s a cure. Learn more here.
Medication can help you manage some of the most disruptive schizophrenia symptoms, but how do these medications work? Continue reading to learn more about which medications are used to treat schizophrenia and how they work.
Depression is the leading cause of disability, but it is treatable. But which treatment is right for you? In this blog, we focus on TMS as a depression treatment. Read on to learn four benefits of TMS.
Ketamine infusions and ketamine nasal sprays can give hope to those with treatment-resistant mental health conditions, but how safe is this therapy? In this blog, we answer that question in more depth.
Attempting to overcome addiction on your own can be overwhelming, but thankfully, medication-assisted treatment (MAT), like Suboxone, can help you curb craving and tame withdrawal symptoms. Learn more about how Suboxone can help.
If you have OCD, it can be hard to regain control over your compulsions without help. That’s where therapy comes in. If you’re considering therapy as part of your OCD treatment, you might wonder if it works. Find out here.
Is your child struggling with ADHD? Although the thought of an ADHD diagnosis can be daunting, the good news is ADHD is treatable. Read on to learn the three main ways you can help your child thrive with ADHD.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) treatments are well-known for reducing symptoms of depression, but can they help with mood swings? Continue reading to learn more about TMS and how it impacts your mood.
It can be hard to see a loved one struggle with depression, but there are many things you can do to support your friend or family member. Read on to learn six ways to support a loved one with depression.
Although no single factor can determine if a person develops an addiction, you might wonder what (if any) role genetics play. In this blog, we explore whether or not genetics influence addiction and what to do if you spot the signs of addiction.
It’s Mental Health Awareness Month, and this month, we’re shedding light on the not-so-innocent habits we have that can take a toll on your mental health. Keep reading to learn what those habits are, and what you can do to support mental wellness.
Panic attacks cause both physical and psychological distress, and if you experience them regularly, they can impact your schedule and daily routines. If you keep having panic attacks, we can help you. Read on to learn more.
Have you tried antidepressant medications without any relief? Ketamine therapy stimulates a different part of your brain than conventional depression drugs. Read on to learn what ketamine therapy is and whether you should consider this treatment option.
Are you preparing for your first transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) therapy session? In this blog, we cover everything you can expect from your consultation to your first (and subsequent) appointments.
Do you struggle to stay on task or complete projects? Do you frequently misplace items? These are just two signs of inattentiveness. Read on to learn the nine signs of inattentiveness and how that’s connected to ADHD.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is one of many anxiety disorders. Although OCD may be easy to manage at first, it can eventually consume your life. Read on to learn six signs that medical help may benefit you.
If the thought of the upcoming holidays stresses you out, it's time to take action to safeguard your mental health. Dr. Estakhri has compiled five tips to support your mental well-being so you can approach the holidays with positivity and hope.
Addictions are a medical disease, and they profoundly affect your life, career, and relationships. Despite this, addictions are treatable. Read on to learn 10 warning signs of addiction and what we can do to support you on your path to recovery.
Many people with depression find relief with antidepressants, but what happens if you don’t respond to medication? Treatment-resistant depression can be hard-to-treat, but we offer two different therapies. Keep reading and find the hope you need.
Stress is often linked to physical issues (like weight gain or heart troubles), but it can impact your mental health, too. Here’s what you should know about stress, so you can improve your quality of life.
Manic episodes are defined as elevated, excitable moods associated with bipolar disorder. How do you know if you or a loved one is going through a manic episode? We’ve got the details here, as well as how to ease the severity of manic episodes.
ADHD impacts over 6.1 million American children. Hyperactivity is a well-known symptom of ADHD, but it’s not the only one. Continue reading to explore the common signs of ADHD in children, and what we can do to help.
Do you know the difference between a fear and a phobia? As many as 13% of adults have a phobia, and they can be debilitating. The good news is, we can help! Keep reading to learn more about fears and phobias and how you can overcome them.
If you’ve tried other treatment options but still struggle with depression, it’s time to consider TMS. TMS is a non-drug treatment that works to manage the symptoms of depression. Continue reading to learn whether TMS is right for you.
Have you tried various treatments for depression, but still haven't seen improvement? Ketamine infusions might be the solution. These infusions combat symptoms of depression, while also improving your physical health. Continue reading to learn more.
Depression is a serious condition that goes beyond just feeling sad, and it’s not something that goes away on its own. It can negatively impact your physical and emotional health in many ways and needs to be treated.
Almost 8 million Americans suffer from PTSD every year. Trauma isn’t something you ask for, but it is something that you need to deal with. And if your partner suffers from PTSD, you can help them more than you know.
How do genetics play a role in the development of addiction and the success of recovery? It may be more important than you think, especially since many people do not understand the real issues behind substance abuse and addiction.
There are different types of bipolar disorder based on the severity of manic and depressive episodes. While some people live normal lives, others have a hard time working or maintaining relationships. Learn why managing your symptoms is key.
Schizophrenia is a serious mental illness that can lead to a lifetime of disability if not managed properly. If you’re a man, you are likely to develop schizophrenia earlier than a woman would. Learn why and how you can get help.
Sometimes you just feel a lot of stress and anxiety. This is human. But if you have the symptoms of a social anxiety disorder, you definitely need to get the help of an expert. Here’s what to look out for.
If everything seems to have gone wrong in the world and nothing’s fun anymore, you may be depressed. Depression is more than just sadness; sometimes it manifests in surprising ways. No matter what form it takes, depression is treatable.
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