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Inpatient Anxiety Treatment

Inpatient Anxiety Treatment: Is It Time for Help?

Anxiety and stress do not only impact your mental health; long periods of worry can affect all systems of the body. The right inpatient anxiety treatment center can help get your mind and body back on the right path. Feeling nervous or anxious is common from time to time. For example, maybe you have had...
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Distressed girl wondering if it is normal to have suicidal thoughts

Is It Normal to Have Suicidal Thoughts? Knowing When to Reach Out

We all have startling thoughts from time to time. These thoughts may be grim and cover disturbing subjects that we wouldn’t want to bring up at the dinner table. While a fleeting thought about suicide is something that everyone has probably experienced at some point in their lives, more frequent thoughts about suicide are a...
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Young woman with mental illness getting comforted and educated about when mental illness starts

At What Age Does Mental Illness Start?

Do most people develop a mental illness as a child? In their 20s? Or much later in life? While mental illness can begin at any age, some statistics show that mental illness most often begins by age 14. However, the onset of mental illness can vary greatly depending on the condition. Could you have a...
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Concerned mom talking with daughter about what to do about self harm

My Loved One Is Hurting Themselves: A Guide to Seeking Help for Self-Harm

Learning that a family member or friend is hurting themselves can be a startling discovery, and you might not know what to do next. Should you confront the situation? Should you get outside help? Are you overacting? Here are some common reasons people self-harm and a guide on how to help them. If someone you...
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Doctor at mental health hospital comforting scared patient about safety

Are Mental Hospitals Safe? What to Know Before Self-Admitting for Inpatient Care

If you’ve never been in a mental hospital before, you might be afraid that it’s the stuff of movies. You may wonder if they’re a safe place to receive mental health treatment. In this blog, we’ll show you how beautiful, accommodating, and welcoming a mental hospital can be and why self-admission can be beneficial. Are...
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Inpatient Mental Health Treatment: Debunking the Stigma of Mental Hospitalization

Although you may notice a lot of negative perceptions surrounding inpatient care mental health hospitalization, the truth is very much different from the stigma. What is inpatient mental health treatment like in reality? Mental health treatment at an outstanding facility can provide the effective treatments you need to improve your daily life and move toward...
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Is Mental Health Genetic

Is Mental Health Genetic?

Some mental health conditions run in families, which has long been known. Research based on family, adoption, and twin studies has contributed significantly to treatment offered by an Ohio mental hospital. If one identical twin develops schizophrenia, the other twin has a 50% risk of having the condition as well. Researchers are looking at the...
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mental health medicare

Does Medicare Cover Mental Health Care? Finding Help in Ohio

For years, the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a clear decline in national mental health. And Ohio isn’t exempt from that either; in fact, evidence from Columbus Public Health shows that Ohio suicides were on the rise even before the pandemic had started. So in Ohio, where more than 20% of the population has a...
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Going Back to Work After COVID

Stress About Returning to Work: Beating COVID Anxiety

After a long year of widespread unemployment, it’s natural to have some nervousness about returning to work. While the vaccinations have proven effective and COVID case numbers are down in most parts of the United States, returning to work after COVID can still cause some stress. Like any period of transition, it’s natural to feel...
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