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Archives: August2022
How to stop a porn addiction 
Posted by Martin Preston
on 29 Aug 2022
Watching porn is a perfectly natural part of a healthy sex life and needn’t be associated with feelings of guilt or shame. However, if you find that your viewing habits are becoming excessive this could indicate that you’ve developed a porn addiction. This behavioural disorder might seem harmless enough but if left unchecked it can…

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Attachment disorder and addiction
Posted by Alex Molyneux
on 29 Aug 2022
Attachment disorders are emotional or behavioural problems that affect people’s ability to form bonds with family members or caregivers. They usually begin in early childhood if an infant’s basic needs are unmet or they’re exposed to abuse, trauma or neglect. There is a strong link between attachment disorder and addiction because if these psychiatric illnesses…

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What is adjustment disorder?
Posted by Youssef
on 22 Aug 2022
Also known as Stress Response Syndrome (SRS) adjustment disorder is a disproportionate or irrational reaction to a stressful event or change in someone’s circumstances that causes distress and impairs daily functioning in home, work or personal life. Both traumatic and non-traumatic events can lead to adjustment disorder, from witnessing a death to job loss. Negative…

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Why choose menopause private treatment?
Posted by Mandy Donnison
on 17 Aug 2022
Night sweats. Irregular periods. Brain fog. Anxiety. If you’ve been suffering with the side effects of the menopause, you’ve no doubt started searching for menopause treatment options. While there is some support available on the NHS, if this stage in your life starts to severely impact your mental health and those around you, private treatment…

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Drug and Alcohol Use Survey 2022
Posted by Martin Preston
on 11 Aug 2022
Many Brits find themselves in the pub more often when the summer months creep in. So, it leads us to wonder why people are more drawn to alcohol and substances during this time: is it because more people are doing it, so they feel less guilty? Is it due to increased promotion and advertisements around…

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The importance of your environment in recovery
Posted by Youssef
on 01 Aug 2022
Photography of Delamere by Nick Harrison, landscape design by Elaine Cresswell Whether it’s your childhood home, a high-pressured workspace or stressful social situations and events, different environments can be a trigger for any type of addiction. Research shows both your work/school situation, family, peers and the community can all influence your behaviour. Which means it’s…

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