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Overdose Education: What To Do When Someone Is Overdosing, and What Is Narcan

Call 911 immediately anytime an overdose is suspected, even if the person seems okay. Do you know what to do if a loved one is overdosing? Whether it’s your family member, a close friend, a total stranger, or even you, it’s frightening not knowing how to respond.
Time is of the essence because what you do next is a matter of life or death.

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The Dangers of Fentanyl Abuse

Fentanyl abuse has become a serious public health crisis, but for those experiencing it on an individual level, the costs are extreme. While most drugs present dangers, fentanyl creates risks that require immediate treatment.

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Overdose Education: What Is Narcan and How Does It Work?

Any time you misuse drugs, there’s a chance of overdose. That’s why it’s important to have some overdose education if you or anyone in your life uses opioids or other substances. You can start by learning the basics about Narcan.

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Summit Detox COVID-19 Awareness and Information

We are taking extreme precautionary measures to ensure our patients safety as well as ensuring their comfort and concerns are continuously managed during this time and attempting to reduce anxiety for our patients in an uncertain situation.

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How Long Will a Bipolar Disorder Manic Episode Last?

People living with bipolar disorder may experience periods of mania and depression. (In the past, the disorder was commonly referred to as manic depression.) Symptoms of bipolar disorder typically emerge during a person’s teenage years or early adulthood, although there are rare cases of the disorder occurring much earlier and later in life. The length of a manic episode can vary significantly depending on the individual and severity of the condition. Learning more about bipolar 1 and 2 can help you determine whether you need mental health treatment at Summit Detox & Mental Health.

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Coping with Mania

How long does bipolar recovery take?

To understand bipolar recovery, you must first understand what bipolar disorder is and why it’s such a complicated mental health topic. While there may be a number of causal linkages for the onset of bipolar disorder — including genetic factors, drug and alcohol abuse, abnormal brain function, and even stress — the fact remains that more than 4% of American adults will experience some form of bipolar disorder in their lifetimes [i].

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The Most Effective Treatment for Severe Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is often associated with wild mood swings and erratic behavior, but the symptoms can range widely. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, more than four percent of all adults in the US will experience bipolar disorder some time in their lives [i]. Bipolar disorder can affect everyone at a different level of severity, but 83 percent of those affected by this disorder experience severe impairments].

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Mood Stabilizers and Antidepressants

What’s the Difference Between Mood Stabilizers and Antidepressants?

What is the difference between a mood stabilizer and an antidepressant? To answer this question, you must have a better understanding of the use of each drug.

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Phases of Schizophrenia

Phases of Schizophrenia and How to Help

Schizophrenia is a complex disorder characterized by three distinct phases. Knowing which phase you are in is imperative when seeking the best viable treatment. Although there is some overlap, these three phases showcase unique signs and symptoms. If you have been diagnosed with schizophrenia or you are concerned about evolving symptoms, here’s what you need to know about the phase of schizophrenia and how to get the help you need.

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