Frequently Presenting Co-Occurring Cognitive/Emotional Illness

Symptoms of standard co-occurring disorders

The mental health problems that most routinely co-occur with substance abuse are clinical depression, anxiety disorders, and bipolar disorder.

Common signs and symptoms of clinical depression

Sentiments of helplessness and hopelessness
Loss of interest in daily routines
Incapacity to feel joy
Food consumption or weight changes
Sleep changes
Reduction of energy
Strong emotions of worthlessness or shame
Focusing issues
Temper, physical pain, and imprudent behavior (especially in males).
Common symptoms of mania in bipolar illness.

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Nonrealistic, grandiose beliefs.
Decreased need for sleep.
Amplified vitality.
Quick speaking and racing thoughts.
Diminished common sense and impulsivity.
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Hyperactivity.
Anger or rage.
Prevalent signs and symptoms of anxiety.

Severe pressure and worry.
Feeling jumpy or restless.
Frustration or feeling "edgy".
Racing heart beat or shortness of breath.
Nausea, trembling, or dizziness.
Muscle tenseness, headaches.
Difficulty concentrating.
Insomnia.

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