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Exposure Therapy For Anxiety

ByBayviewRecoveryBayviewRecoveryPublished: April 13, 2022Updated: April 26, 2022Different levels of anxiety can make you feel like you cannot breathe or that you are going to die. Exposure therapy can help you confront those triggers that make you feel the way you do. Anxiety can be a very scary feeling. It can make you feel like you…

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What is Catatonic Depression?

ByBayviewRecoveryBayviewRecoveryPublished: April 11, 2022Updated: April 26, 2022Depression is being in a low mood or sadness that can interfere with your daily activities and prevent you from being happy. There are more severe forms of depression like catatonic depression where you are not speaking or in a daze for a long time. If you know someone…

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How to Hold an Intervention

ByBayviewRecoveryBayviewRecoveryPublished: April 7, 2022Updated: April 26, 2022When people’s lives are being ruined by substance abuse or they refuse to get help for their mental health issues, you want to do more than just observe. Instead, you and your loved ones can hold an intervention for this person. An intervention is a structured conversation between loved…

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Signs You Are Healing From Anxiety and Depression

ByBayviewRecoveryBayviewRecoveryPublished: March 20, 2022Updated: March 18, 2022Anxiety or depression is feeling extreme nervousness or sadness for long periods of time that interfere with your daily life. You may be wondering if any progress has been made after going through treatment. Being in recovery means that you are now more comfortable in your own skin and…

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Myths About Painkillers

ByBayviewRecoveryBayviewRecoveryPublished: March 27, 2021Updated: April 19, 2021With more people than ever suffering from chronic pain, doctors are prescribing opioid painkillers in high amounts. Unfortunately, there are still many myths about painkillers and their addictiveness. These myths leave many people unprepared for the realities of life while using painkillers.If you have questions concerning myths about painkillers,…

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Suicide Contagion

ByBayviewRecoveryBayviewRecoveryPublished: February 29, 2020Updated: February 24, 2020Fashion designer Kate Spade killed herself on June 5th and chef Anthony Bourdain did the same thing a few days later. We know that suicide is not like a biological virus that you can catch. However, is suicide contagious if we hear of someone else’s suicide? Reports have shown…