Anxiety QuizAddiction and Anxiety Is a Common Dual Disorder
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At Maryland Recovery, we specialize not only in substance use disorders, but we focus on mental health disorders as well, such as depression and anxiety. Why? Mental health issues are often intertwined with drug and alcohol addictions. These disorders create a vicious cycle that makes treatment all the more complex. Therefore, we’ve developed an online quiz to help give you an idea if what you’ve been experiencing is actually anxiety.
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A co-occurring disorder is when a patient suffers from a substance use disorder and a mental health condition. Although...
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