Signs and symptoms of common co-occurring disorders
The mental health problems that most routinely co-occur with substance abuse are depression, anxiety disorders, and bipolar disorder.
Prevalent symptoms of clinical depression
Emotions of helplessness and hopelessness
Lack of interest in day-to-day tasks
Inability to experience joy
Appetite or weight changes Sleep alterations
Loss of vitality
Substantial emotions of insignificance or shame
Anger, bodily pain, and imprudent conduct (especially in men).
Standard indications of mania in bipolar disorder.
Emotions of bliss or extreme irritability.
Outlandish, grandiose expectations.
Diminished requirement for sleep.
Quick speech and racing thoughts.
Diminished common sense and impulsivity.
Anger or rage.
Typical symptoms of anxiety.
Excessive pressure and emotional distress.
Feeling restless or jumpy.
Frustration or feeling "uneasy".
Racing heart beat or shortness of breath.
Nausea, tremoring, or dizziness.
Muscle tension, headaches.
Difficulty focusing attention.
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