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It wasn't until the 1990s that researchers started to grasp the link between addiction and certain mental health issues like depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder. Up until that time, addiction was an condition that was treated separately from mental health problems, and the two were never integrated. However, as time went on, it became clear that in about 50% of the patients who were treated for addiction, there was a mental health diagnosis that also required treatment. Slowly, the link between the two started to be recognized, and dual diagnosis treatment was the result.
In order to successfully treat addiction, it's necessary to identify and treat the underlying cause behind the addiction. Dual diagnosis treatment aims to seek out and target the underlying cause to produce an end result that allows patients to recover more successfully from their addictions. Perhaps you're curious as to whether or not you need dual diagnosis treatment. This quiz can help you determine what your next steps should be.
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