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Dr. Ashish Bhatt

Dr. Ashish Bhatt, MD, MRO is a leading physician, addiction medicine specialist, and psychiatrist. He has been involved in medical and administrative leadership roles at numerous treatment centers and has helped guide the development of both public and private substance abuse and dual diagnosis facilities.

Posts by Dr. Ashish Bhatt

Episode 35 – Anxiety And Addiction

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Dr. Bhatt, MD explains the difference between normal everyday stress and anxiety, and the dangers of self-medicating.

Episode 34 – College Substance Abuse

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Many young people begin experimenting with drugs and alcohol in college. Dr. Bhatt, MD explains if this is ever considered normal.

Episode 33 – Sex And Porn Addiction

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Determining if someone has a sexual compulsion can be difficult. Sex is a normal part of life, but where do you draw the line?

Episode 32 – Trauma And Addiction

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What defines a traumatic situation, and when does that trauma become PTSD? Dr. Bhatt explores the relationship between trauma and addiction.

Episode 31 – Addiction Vs Dependence

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The drugs of today can cause a physical dependency in 2 weeks. Dr. Bhatt explains the differences between addiction and dependency.

Episode 30 – Nutrition And Addiction

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Dr. Ashish Bhatt breaks down how drugs and alcohol can impact appetite, weight fluctuation, and overall health.

Episode 29 – COVID And Children’s Mental Health

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Children across the world are facing a pandemic as they develop through their most formative years. They are facing challenges like isolation.

Episode 28 – War On Drugs: 50 Years Later

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After 50 years, are we losing the War on Drugs? This episode breaks down the history of the war on drugs from the viewpoint of an addiction medicine specialist.

Episode 27 – The Effect Of COVID On Addiction

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Experts are expressing concern over the challenges that those with mental health and substance use disorders are facing due to COVID.

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