Typical Co-Occurring Disorders
Signs and symptoms of typical co-occurring disorders
The mental health problems that most typically co-occur with substance abuse are depression, anxiety disorders, and bipolar illness.
Typical signs and symptoms of clinical depression
Sentiments of helplessness and hopelessness
Loss of interest in day-to-day routines
Failure to feel joy
Food consumption or weight changes Sleep changes
Lack of vitality
Substantial emotions of insignificance or guilt
Anger, physical pain, and imprudent conduct (particularly in males).
Prevalent indications of mania in manic depressive illness.
Sentiments of ecstasy or excessive irritation.
Unrealistic, grandiose beliefs.
Diminished requirement for sleep.
Quick speech and racing thought and feelings.
Diminished common sense and impulse control.
Anger or rage.
Prevalent symptoms of anxiety.
Excessive tension and emotional distress.
Feeling jumpy or restless.
Frustration or feeling "wired".
Racing heart beat or shortness of breath.
Queasiness, trembling, or lightheadedness.
Muscle tenseness, headaches.