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Transitions: Service Member to Civilian

If you are approaching the end of your military career or have recently left the service, you may be experiencing a mixture of feelings — excitement, sadness and fear, and the list goes on. Here’s what you can expect during the transition to civilian life, as well as the steps to take when aiming to ease symptoms of anxiety, depression, or other mental health concerns.

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Symptoms of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders of childhood, and it continues to be present into adulthood. Although prevalence is lower in adults than children based on current diagnostic rates, ADHD is typically a lifelong condition. In most cases, it doesn’t just disappear. Symptoms may become less obvious, but they are still present. Wondering if you or your loved one may have ADHD? Be aware of these common symptoms.

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Will My Social Life Change After Rehab?

When someone overcomes addiction, there are plenty of changes they must make. One of the most important is altering their social life to support recovery. This guide provides everything you need for this journey.

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The Lifelong Effects of Traumatic Brain Injuries

More than 150 Americans die every day from a traumatic brain injury. For those who survive the experience, there’s often a tough road ahead. Severe head trauma and even repeated concussions can lead to detrimental health effects that last a lifetime.

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Why Are Some People More Prone to Have Depression?

Major depressive disorder affects over 7% of the U.S. population age 18 and older in a given year. That means more than 17 million people experience symptoms of depression and reduced quality of life each year. If you are one of the millions of people suffering from depression, you may be wondering, why me? Is it possible that some people are more prone to suffer from depression than others? Is depression genetic, and if so, will that play a role in your treatment plan?

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What Does It Mean To Be Sober Curious?

Contrary to what you might have heard before, curiosity didn’t kill the cat. In fact, it was Albert Einstein who said that the most important thing in life is not to stop questioning. He was onto something with this: It’s actually a good thing to be curious. A healthy level of curiosity in life is…

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Addiction, Physical Dependence and Tolerance to Pain Medication. What’s the Difference?

In response to the current opioid crisis, many patients and their loved ones are confused by the many terms associated with drug use — even if they were prescribed pain medications for legitimate reasons. Addiction, physical dependence, and tolerance are three such terms that are thrown around, and while there is some overlap, they do not all indicate substance use disorder. Here’s how these terms differ, as well as what to do next if you think pain medication has become an issue in your life.

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5 Common Misconceptions of Addiction

Nearly half of adults in the U.S. have a friend or family member battling substance addiction. And yet, many people still don’t understand this problem. That’s why we wanted to discuss some of the most common misconceptions about addiction—and the truth behind them.

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