Mental Health and Addiction - Videos

Woman Discovers Boyfriend's Shocking Double Life

What would you do if you discovered your boyfriend had a double life while you're giving birth to his baby? 

Nasal Spray for Gambling Addicts?

Scientists out of Finland think naloxone â€" the anti-overdose spray used for opioids â€" could someday offer relief to stop gambling cravings in as little as 10 minutes.

Is Having a Seflie Obsession a Real Disorder?

Could this common behavior someday be classified as a genuine mental condition? A British study shares “selfitis” affects those who could be suffering from depression or have severe problems with self-confidence.

Americans High on the Job?

In a recent poll, nearly 7 out of 10 people admitted to doing drugs at work. Defense lawyer Anthony Tall joins The Doctors to discuss what this means.

Woman Wants to Get Over Her Fear of Driving after Accident

After she and her son were hit by a drunk driver, Nikkie still suffers from fear and anxiety while driving almost ten years later. Psychologist Dr. Judy Ho shares a systematic desensitization technique to help her overcome the trauma.

One in Five Kids Suffer a Mental Disorder

The Doctors take a look at the shocking statistic that one in five kids suffer from a diagnosable mental, emotional or behavioral disorder â€" and the lack of resources available to help these kids.

How Mom Can Heal While Heroin User Daughter Is In Recovery

Alexis Haines and her mother Andrea, as well as Melia’s mom Georgette join The Doctors to celebrate Melia’s choice to get treatment, and The Doctors offer Georgette her own opportunity for healing.

Heroin Addict Reveals Why She Uses: ‘Anything That Makes Me Not Me’

Reality star and former addict Alexis Haines meets with Melia who is struggling with a heroin addiction. Alexis, who now works as a drug counselor, offers Melia a chance to change her life.

Is Mixing Marijuana and Antidepressants Safe?

One viewer asks The Doctors if it’s okay to smoke recreationally while being medicated for depression.

Drs. Rx: Depression Therapy You Can Do Anywhere

The Doctors reveal a unique way to combat depression that can help you overcome obstacles and feel more connected.

Mental Health Education in Schools?

Most people take physical education in school, but do you think schools should require mental health education as well?

Drs. Rx: The First Step of Recovery

The Doctors share the first step for recovery â€" ask for help.

Aaron Carter: Celebrity 911

Plagued by rumors of cancer, crack-use and even AIDS, pop star Aaron Carter came to The Doctors because he said he was scared about his own health. 

Lamar Odom’s Update on His Road to Recovery

After Lamar completed a 30-day treatment program he joined The Doctors again to share his sobriety plan.

Darryl Strawberry: Celebrity 911

Major League Baseball legend opened up to The Doctors about the depth of his drug addiction and the long road to recovery.

The Latest in Mental Health Trends

Thanks in part to celebrities, mental health issues are becoming less taboo. Psychiatrist Dr. Ish Major weighs in on some of the top mental health trends we are seeing these days.

Interventionist Ken Seeley's Fight to Stay Sober

Following a total body makeover surgery, Interventionist Ken Seeley shares about his recovery and battling his addictive urges to abuse pain pills. Check out Ken’s story and his amazing before and after pictures.

Does Adult-Onset ADHD Exist?

Many adults complain of having ADHD, but could adult-onset ADHD be something else in disguise?

Could a Video Game Treat ADHD?

Could the first prescription video game help millions of kids with ADHD? Child psychiatrist Dr. Domenick Sportelli joins The Doctors to talk about this treatment.

Is There a Way to Spot Fentanyl in Powders or Pills?

There’s now a strip that you can use to detect whether there is fentanyl present in a powder or pill, which its advocates argue can help prevent overdoses.

On Anti-Depressants? Be Careful of Serotonin Syndrome

Psychiatrist Dr. Domenick Sportelli joins The Doctors to share about serotonin syndrome and what you should be aware of.

Teen Vaping Trend Parents Need to Know

Teens are using a vaping device with high doses of nicotine and it’s being referred to as juuling.

Did an Intervention Save this Addicts Life?

Alyssa has been in treatment for 3.5 months. Psychiatrist Dr. Eric Chaghouri meets with Alyssa to see what’s next on her journey in sobriety.

Family of Woman Addicted to Drugs Seeks Help

Earlier this season, we met Alyssa and staged a life-saving intervention. Find out what happened after she went to the hospital.

Social Media Sensation Shares Her Private Health Struggle

Social media star Spirit’s pickle-crunching videos have millions of views. She joins The Doctors to share her health struggle that inspired her to become an ASMR sensation.

Web Exclusive: The Pickle Lady and Dr. Ordon’s ASMR Collab

Go behind the scenes as Spirit aka “The Pickle Lady” and plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon create an ASMR video.

What is ASMR?

Many people claim that the sounds of soap shaving, whispering, finger tapping or pickle eating help alleviate stress, insomnia, depression and pain. Clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho explains how this works.

Nurse Set on Fire Undergoes PTSD Treatment

Earlier this season we met Lieutenant Katie Blanchard was brutally set on fire by a coworker while serving as a military nurse. The Doctors crew follows along as she undergoes treatment for PTSD.

Breakup Stress Leads to Breakouts?

New research shows that heartbreak may actually be linked to acne breakouts.

Can You Blackout From Anger?

Can you truly blackout from rage? The Doctors discuss the case of a man who was accused of strangling his wife but claims he completely blacked out. Clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho weighs in.
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