Anxiety and addiction

Anxiety In contrast to fear, which is a response to a realistic immediate danger, anxiety is a fearful response occurring in the absence of a specific danger or real threat. According to the National Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing, anxiety disorders are the most common form of mental disorder in the population with a one-year prevalence of 9.7% in Australian adults. The fear and worry associated with anxiety arises in response …

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Life in Active Addiction compared with Recovery from Addiction

Australian First – Survey Compares Life in Active Addiction with life in Recovery from Addiction This national survey will shed light on the impact of Recovery in the lives of people who have travelled the road from drug and alcohol dependence. In an Australian first, researchers and drug and alcohol treatment providers are collaborating in a groundbreaking national survey. The survey will track and measure the lives of Australians with …

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