Entries by Elevation Behavioral Health


What is Evidence-Based Treatment for Addiction?

You’ve decided it is time to get help for a substance use disorder and are considering your treatment options. As you begin researching various treatment programs, you may come upon the term “evidence-based treatment.” So, what is an evidence-based rehab? What is an Evidence-Based Rehab? The term “evidence based” refers to therapeutic techniques that have […]

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What is ADHD Paralysis?

Picture ADHD paralysis like a panel of spinning gears. Each gear is twirling in motion until finally one of the gears jams up, bringing all the other gears to a grinding halt. This is how ADHD paralysis feels. Your mind is reeling, trying to engage in multiple tasks at once when suddenly you just freeze […]


How to Identify Emotional Triggers?

All of us have baggage we carry around with us, thanks to life experiences that resulted in disappointment or sorrow. These experiences leave their mark on our psyches and can affect us for years to come. The problem is when we become stuck in the past and allow bad memories or other emotional triggers to […]

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What to Do When You Can’t Work Due to Anxiety and Depression

It’s easy to take our mental health for granted until the day when we find ourselves struggling with anxiety or depression. Either of these alone can be very disruptive to daily life. But when you experience both together it can cause major impairment in functioning. This is especially troubling when your mental health struggles impact […]

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ADHD and Tics: Exploring the Link

If you have been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) you may be surprised to notice you also have tics. Tics are repetitive and unintentional movements, such as blinking, coughing, sniffing, or shrugging. Sometimes, people with ADHD exhibit these tics. Keep reading to learn more about the link between ADHD and tics. About ADHD […]

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Obsessive Thinking and Anxiety Conditions

Have you ever found yourself obsessing constantly over something? Like a broken record in your mind, these repetitive thoughts keep you in a never-ending state of stress and worry. What causes obsessive thinking? What is Obsessive Thinking? Obsessive thinking features a tendency to remain in a never-ending thought replay mode. When repetitive thinking interferes with […]