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Anxiety PTSD Complementary Therapy Addictions Medications
100
What is Denial?
The defense mechanism that involves escaping unpleasant, anxiety-causing thoughts, feelings, wishes or needs by ignoring their existence
100
What is Resiliency?
A term that refers to positive adaptation or the ability to maintain or regain mental health despite adversity
100
What is Complementary and Alternative Medicine?
CAM stands for this
100
What is Tolerance?
It takes a higher dose of the drug to achieve the same affect achieved initially.
100
What is a Benzodiazepine?
Lorazepam is this type of medication
200
What is Severe Anxiety?
The type of anxiety the person experiences scattered attention, and feels problem-solving is impossible?
200
What is EMDR?
A therapy is evidence-based used to treat children and adults by professionals with advanced training
200
What are Natural Products?
Type of products that include herbal medicine and probiotics
200
What is Schedule I or heroin?
These drugs have a high potential for abuse and have no acceptable medical use.
200
What is Clonidine?
Used for treating hyperarousal and intrusive symptoms
300
What is Separation Anxiety Disorder?
Developmentally inappropriate levels of concern over being away from a significant other
300
What is MDMA or Ecstasy?
Drug the FDA is conducting a clinical trial
300
What is Exercise?
A mind/body approach that alters the levels of dopamine, serotonin, and norepinephrine
300
What is the reward Center?
The neurotransmitter dopamine plays an important role in this part of the brain.
300
What is Paroxetine?
A drug that can be used for any of the anxiety disorders
400
What is Generalized Anxiety Disorder?
Disorder characterized by excessive worry
400
What are Sertraline and Paroxetine?
The FDA has approved two drugs for the treatment of PTSD
400
What is Homeopathy?
An example of Western alternative medicine of specially prepared plant extracts to stimulate the body’s defense mechanisms and healing processes
400
What is Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome?
People with heavy alcohol use over many years may experience this condition.
400
What is Narcan?
This medication is used to treat a patient with an opioid overdose.
500
What are Obsessions?
Defined as thoughts, impulses or images that persist and recur so that they cannot be dismissed from the mind even though the individual attempts to do so
500
What is Acute Stress Disorder?
A disorder that develops after exposure to a highly traumatic event where symptoms develop and persist for at least three days
500
What is Yoga?
A mind/body approach physically strengthens and emotionally relaxes people
500
What is Cannabis?
This drug can be detected in drug testing up to four weeks after use.
500
What is Buprenorphine?
This medication is used to help people reduce or quit their use of heroin or opiates.






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