Dealing with co-occurring disorders like depression or PTSD in recovery takes courage. Our message for Mental Health Awareness Month? There's every reason to have hope.
Things will feel very raw at first, no doubt, but as you progress, you can learn some simple methods for coping with everyday anxiety or get help if the issue is more severe.
Anxiety disorders are extremely common, and alcohol can make them worse. All Sober's Dr. Paulo Negro explains how anxiety can lead to alcohol use disorder — and how people can get help.
About half of people who suffer from one type of disorder will experience the other, and vice versa. Learn about co-occurring disorders.
It’s not talked about enough: Alcohol addiction and mental health issues present a dual threat, each aggravating the other. But help exists and recovery is possible
The coexistence of mental health and substance use disorders is called co-occurring disorders. What are they?
When people are dealing with both addiction (substance use disorder) and mental illness, they have a dual diagnosis. 10 things to know.