Substance Use Disorder Home What is a substance use disorder? Do you have difficulty controlling alcohol or drug use? Do you find that when you try to cut down or quit that it is extremely difficult or even impossible? Have you noticed an increased tolerance to your substance of choice?…
Do you find yourself having extreme mood shifts from debilitating to depression to feeling high energy and distractible? Do these shifts occur over the period of more than several days and do these changes cause significant distress in your life?
Have you experienced a traumatic situation or suddenly lost a loved one? Do you find yourself stuck in feelings of fear and helplessness long after this event? This may be PTSD.
Do you ever feel like you have lost interest in things that once gave you pleasure? That you have low mood or low energy? That you find yourself struggling with motivation or feeling unworthy?
Panic attacks often include physical symptoms that might feel like a heart attack, such as trembling, tingling, or rapid heart rate. Panic attacks can occur at any time.
Do you have frequent worry that interferes with your daily life? Do you feel restless, wound-up, or on edge frequently? Do you have difficulty with sleep or fatigue?
While a person’s sexual or romantic orientation or gender expression may not be a source of distress, many have found that social stigma attached to their personal identity can cause psychological stress.
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