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What Is Fear of Commitment (Gamophobia)?

Learn more about fear of commitment (gamophobia), including its definition, characteristics, diagnosis, causes, treatment, and ways to cope. Fear of commitment, or gamophobia, is a phobia related to fears around making a commitment to a partner,...

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Lexapro (Escitalopram) - Oral

Escitalopram is primarily used to treat specific types of depression and general anxiety disorders. Additional Content Provided and Reviewed by IBM Micromedex What Is Lexapro? Lexapro (escitalopram) is a prescription medication used to treat...

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Latuda (Lurasidone) - Oral

Lurasidone is an oral antipsychotic drug used to treat schizophrenia and bipolar depression. Additional Content Provided and Reviewed by IBM Micromedex What Is Latuda? Latuda (lurasidone) is a newer prescription treatment option for adults and...

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What Is ADHD Stimming and How Can You Manage It?

ADHD stimming, or self-stimulatory behavior, is a common ADHD symptom. Learn types of stimming behaviors, why they happen, and how to manage them. ADHD stimming, or self-stimulatory behavior, is when a person with attention deficit hyperactivity...

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What Is Fear of Darkness?

Fear of the dark (nyctophobia) is a phobia that can affect your daily life. Treatment includes talk therapy, mindfulness, medication, and more. Fear of the dark is also called nyctophobia. It's a type of specific phobia. Having nyctophobia means you...

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What to Know About Bipolar Euthymic Moods

Euthymia is the “other side” of bipolar disorder. After a manic/depressive episode, you may feel optimistic and in control. Learn about euthymic moods. Euthymic mood can be defined as a state of well-being and tranquility. It is a term that is...

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