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Many people joke about it, but social anxiety disorder (SAD) is a legitimate, diagnosable mental health concern. Feeling awkward and nervous in social situations or in certain settings and scenarios is normal. However, feeling so uncomfortable in social situations that you rarely get out and experience sheer terror or panic is a diagnosable mental health condition.

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Sobriety and boredom often go hand in hand. Before undergoing rehabilitation, a person addicted to alcohol likely filled his or her time with activities related to drinking. Tracking down and using substances and spending time with others who share the habit can take up much of the day. After getting sober, however, your time won't be filled with these efforts.

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Statistics tell us that 40% to 60% of individuals with a substance use disorder will relapse. Those numbers are suitable in normal, everyday existence, but the COVID-19 pandemic has injected unthinkable challenges.

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Many times, friends or family wonder whether or not their loved one is suffering from just simply substance abuse, or if there is an underlying mental health issue. It can be very difficult to understand whether or not the mental health symptoms are caused from the substance abuse or vice versa. The truth is, either one may develop first, but the substance abuse can be the chosen form of self-medication.

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The process of choosing a rehab facility is a crucial one that comes with several important factors to consider. To be fully committed to rehabilitation, you want to find a facility that offers everything you need to succeed in your recovery. Local treatment centers may seem convenient, but might not offer all the same benefits of going out of state.

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