Entries by Elevation Behavioral Health

How Long Does Fentanyl Stay in Your System?

By the Elevation Behavioral Health Staff Writers How Long Does Fentanyl Stay in the System? Long after the effects of the drug have worn off, fentanyl is still present in your system. So, how long does fentanyl stay in your system? Fentanyl has a half-life of seven hours, meaning it can take about thirty-five hours […]

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Psychiatric Solutions for Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder happens to be one of the most challenging mental health disorders to live with. From one day to the next, those who struggle with bipolar disorder are never sure which mood state will dominate. Because this mental illness affects the ability to maintain employment, friendships, and relationships, finding psychiatric solutions is critical. What […]

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Recovery From Narcissistic Abuse

You’ve been gaslit, put down, lied to, and controlled. In short, you were in a relationship with a narcissist, and you are finally free. Recovery from narcissistic abuse is a slow process, but with some patience and self-care, a joyful life awaits. What is a Narcissist? Narcissistic personality disorder is a mental illness in the […]

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What is High Dose of Klonopin

The drug Klonopin is from the benzodiazepine group of sedatives. Because it is a central nervous system depressant, it is important to follow the prescribed dosage. There are a couple of reasons why you might wonder what a high dose of Klonopin would be. You might be addicted to Klonopin, may desire to drink while […]

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How to Control Mood Swings

There is a big difference between simply expressing your feelings versus having overwhelming mood swings. Everyone has ups and downs, good moods, and grumpy days. But when mood swings become erratic and extreme, they can become debilitating and even harm your quality of life. So, how do you control mood swings? Thankfully, there are some […]


How to Handle Borderline Personality Disorder Rage

Borderline personality disorder, or BPD, is a complex mental health disorder. The key features of BPD include impulsivity, low self-esteem, fear of abandonment, and emotional instability. Another characteristic of BPD is inappropriate expressions of anger or rage. It is this feature that we will focus on, in hopes of providing new insights and coping techniques […]