Common Co-Occurring Disorders

Symptoms of typical co-occurring disorders

The mental health issues that most commonly co-occur with drug abuse are depression, anxiety conditions, and manic depression.

Typical signs of depression

Sentiments of helplessness and hopelessness
Lack of interest in day-to-day routines
Failure to experience pleasure
Appetite or body weight changes
Sleep alterations
Loss of energy
Unyielding emotions of insignificance or shame
Concentration troubles
Temper, bodily pain, and dangerous behavior (particularly in males).
Standard signs and symptoms of mania in manic depressive illness.

Emotions of ecstasy or severe irritability.
Outlandish, grandiose beliefs.
Lowered need for sleep.
Intensified energy.

Quick speaking and racing thought and feelings.
Impaired judgment and impulse control.
Hyperactivity.
The Painful Part Of Alcohol Withdrawal Typically Starts 6 Hours-- 24 Hrs After The Last Alcoholic Beverage or rage.
Prevalent signs of anxiety.

Severe tension and worry.
Feeling jumpy or restless.
Irritability or feeling "edgy".
Racing heart beat or lack of breath.
Queasiness, tremoring, or lightheadedness.
Muscle tenseness, headaches.
MORE ASSISTANCE WITH HEAVY DRINKING . . .
drinking problem ?
Difficulty focusing.
Insomnia.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *