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Treatment Options for Opioid Addiction and Dependence

November 22, 2018 / Psych Zenhealth

Americans consume more opioids than any other country, according to the United Nation International Narcotics Control Board. Addiction to opioids and prescription pain pills results in more deaths than car accidents. Learn more about opioid dependence and treatment options.

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Holiday Depression: When to seek medical help

November 26, 2018 / Psych Zenhealth 

Depression and anxiety are two of the most common seven mental illnesses, with anxiety disorders, next to depression. Latest depression statistics shows that 300 million people around the world have depression.

When Psychotherapy Fails to Work

March 2019/ Psych ZenHealth

Psychotherapy works for most of the mental disorders. It is a proven effective treatment for mild to moderate psychiatric symptoms. However, for some people, it just doesn’t work for them. It can even have a negative outcome such as worsening of the symptoms or becoming too dependent on the therapist.

Why is Addiction Rate High in Arizona

March 2019

Arizona is facing a staggering number of opioid crisis. Arizona state ranks 6th highest in the nation for individuals 12+ years misusing and abusing prescription drugs. (1) The state has also the 12th highest drug overdose mortality rate in the nation. (2)

A New Promising Drug for Treatment-Resistant Depression: Approved by FDA

March 2019

A new drug named Esketamine was just approved by FDA and will soon be available in the market. Esketamine is derived from anesthetic Ketamine which is use for treatment-resistant depression—a depression that fails to respond to more than one antidepressant therapy. This is the first antidepressant drug that has a new mechanism of action.

13 foods that help reduce stress and anxiety

March 2019

Eat your way out of stress with these ten healthy stress-busting foods.