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Treatment Vital in Combination with Antidepressants in Young Adults

Young adults experience mental health conditions, like bipolar disorder, anxiety, and depression, which may require the use of psychiatric prescriptions. However, as young adults form a therapeutic mental health plan, treatments like individual counseling and/or group psychotherapy should be included to address the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors associated with social and emotional health.

Is there a pill for that?

For fast relief, take two pills with a full glass of water and you’ll feel better in a jiffy.  Sound familiar? Pharmaceutical companies spend a fortune to get consumers to believe in and buy a full regimen of daily pills and potions promising to cure medical and mental health concerns. Continue reading Treatment Vital in Combination with Antidepressants in Young Adults

Parenting: Where to Start When Psychiatric Medicine Doesn’t Seem to Work

Emerging adults often have a hard time dealing with the demands of daily life as they struggle with serious mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, or ADHD. Some people can manage their mental health matters by participating in counseling or group therapy. Others may find it necessary to overcome their issues by adding prescription psychiatric medication into their routine. It may take months, even years to figure out the right combination of medication, and sometimes psychiatric medicine doesn’t seem to work at all. Continue reading Parenting: Where to Start When Psychiatric Medicine Doesn’t Seem to Work