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DOES PTSD CAUSE DISSOCIATION by Thrive Center for Health in Grand Rapids, MI

DOES PTSD CAUSE DISSOCIATION?

If you’ve lived through a traumatic experience, you may suffer symptoms like avoidance or relationship trouble. But symptoms related to consciousness, memory, and self-identity could be warning signs of a subcategory of post-traumatic stress disorder called dissociation. Many people can lessen harmful symptoms with therapies, including medicine or ketamine infusion…

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How To Support Someone With OCD by Thrive Center for Health in Grand Rapids, MI

How To Support Someone With OCD

Supporting someone with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) can often be as hard as what a family member or friend goes through in battling symptoms of the condition. But challenges are meant to be overcome, and with time and effort, you will learn the best way to support someone with OCD. What…

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PTSD VS Acute Stress Disorder by Thrive Center for Health in Grand Rapids, MI

PTSD VS Acute Stress Disorder

People who experience a traumatic event sometimes have trouble dealing with the physical or psychological toll of what happened. In some cases, they can develop other mental health illnesses that hinder their quality of life – ASD and PTSD. What is PTSD? Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health…

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What Not to Say to Someone with Depression by Thrive Center for Health in Grand Rapids, MI

What Not to Say to Someone with Depression

There are millions of people that battle depression. Feelings of sadness and loneliness happen to everyone, but when negative emotions begin affecting your quality of life every day, it’s time to get help. If you know someone who’s depressed, there are ways you can help – as well as things…

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The Psychobiology of Chronic Pain by Thrive Center for Health in Grand Rapids, MI

The Psychobiology of Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is one of the most common conditions in the United States, with an estimated 25% of the total adult population experiencing it. That means more Americans are affected by it than heart disease, diabetes, and cancer combined. It can be seriously debilitating and challenging to live with, whether…

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What is Major Depressive Disorder by Thrive Center for Health in Grand Rapids, MI

What is Major Depressive Disorder?

Major depressive disorder, also known as recurrent depressive disorder, is a mental illness that can cause significant problems in a person's life. People with MDD often experience a variety of symptoms that range from excessive fatigue to changes in appetite and insomnia or oversleeping and suicidal thoughts in more severe…

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How Does Bipolar Disorder Affect the Brain by Thrive Center for Health in Grand Rapids, MI

How Does Bipolar Disorder Affect the Brain?

Family and friends say you’ve always been moody, but lately, you’ve noticed changes in your energy levels, and there have been moments when you can’t think coherently. Depending on how often this happens, you could be suffering from a mental health illness called bipolar disorder – and it may affect…

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Fibromyalgia Sleep by Thrive Center for Health in Grand Rapids, MI

Fibromyalgia & Sleep

Fibromyalgia is an ailment that leads to pain all over your body, sleep trouble, tiredness, and abnormal emotional and mental pain. Someone with fibromyalgia may be more susceptible to pain than someone without it, known as abnormal pain perception processing. How many people get fibromyalgia? The U.S. Centers for Disease…

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Woman with CRPS clutching her stomach in pain

CRPS: Type 1 Vs. Type 2

If you broke an arm or leg, it’s normal to experience occasional discomfort even after the injury heals. But if the pain is severe, lasts more than six months, and you begin noticing physical changes in the injured limb, you may be experiencing what’s known as complex regional pain syndrome.…

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What Are the Most Common Types of Anxiety?

Millions of people experience anxiety symptoms every day, but they often subside on their own. However, for others, the fear, sleeping problems, avoidance, and other symptoms linger indefinitely and often worsen over time. This could mean you’re suffering from an anxiety disorder, but, fortunately, the symptoms are treatable with certain…

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