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Can a Dissociate Fugue Disorder Lead to Drug Addiction?
Learn what dissociative fugue is, what the symptoms are, and how it’s connected to substance abuse.
How Are Dissociative Disorders Treated Alongside Drug Abuse?
Substance use disorders are common in individuals with dissociative disorders, which may be because some turn to drug and alcohol use as a way of coping. Dissociative disorders should be treated alongside any substance use disorders, as it would likely be harmful to ignore either.
Persistent Depressive Disorder
Persistent depressive disorder is more than just having a bad day or feeling sad from time to time. It is consistently struggling with depressive symptoms. While the symptoms may ebb and flow, they are never gone for longer than 2 months.