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May 15, 2019

Supplements vs Drugs

Supplements vs Drugs Both supplements and drugs may be used for health reasons. This is why many people just assume that the same safety precautions and regulations apply to both products. Actually, this is not true. Supplements tend to face regulations after they go out onto the market, while medications […]

May 10, 2019

Using Tools to Fix Addiction and Other Diseases

Using Tools to Fix Addiction and Other Diseases Modern medicine can save lives and improve the quality of our lives. That is, when we let it. Sometimes, we don’t use the tools at our disposal, which may cause grave consequences. Vaccines are one example of life-saving tools. They’re also tools that […]

May 9, 2019

The Hidden Dangers of Sniffing Glue

The Hidden Dangers of Sniffing Glue Sniffing glue is one of the cheapest ways that people get high. However, it is also very dangerous. People have been using glue to get high for hundreds of years. Of all the inhalants, solvent glue is one that is commonly used. Some others […]

May 8, 2019

Relapse Prevention Therapy

Relapse Prevention Therapy One of the most common misconceptions about drug addiction and treatment is that drug rehabilitation is over once the person suffering from substance abuse disorder has completed his treatment plan. It is important to realize that drug addiction is a chronic disorder. This means that the possibility of relapsing […]

May 7, 2019

5 Books About Recovery

5 Books About Recovery There are millions of people who are in recovery from an addiction to drugs or alcohol. There are millions more who still need help to take that first step into recovery. The problem is that many people don’t know where to turn and many recovering addicts […]

May 6, 2019

How to Be the Best AA Sponsor

How to Be the Best AA Sponsor Recovering alcoholics may receive many benefits by joining organizations such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and serving as an AA sponsor. AA members obtain support, guidance, help throughout their recovery, and so much more. Sponsorship is more than just what new AA members receive. By sharing […]

May 3, 2019

May Is National Mental Health Month

May Is National Mental Health Month Let’s talk about mental health. Let’s talk about the fact that every May is national mental health month in the United States. Also known as mental health month, this is not a new observance. Some organizations say that it is the seventieth year they […]

May 2, 2019

10 Unusual Addictions

10 Unusual Addictions  When you hear the word “addiction”, chances are that you also think of things like drugs, alcohol, food, or even smartphones. However, because addiction is a disease influenced by the reward center of the brain, nearly anything can trigger addictive behaviors. While not all addictions are harmful, each of […]

May 1, 2019

How To Deal With Alcohol Withdrawals

How To Deal With Alcohol Withdrawals Are you looking to deal with alcohol withdrawal? Alcohol withdrawals symptoms differ from person to person, and they can put the person’s life in danger. It is important to be knowledgeable of prevalent alcohol withdrawal symptoms. Furthermore, it can also be helpful to know how […]

April 30, 2019

What is the Success Rate of Rehab?

What is the Success Rate of Rehab? There is an increasing interest in finding ways to combat and treat the opioid crisis successfully. One popular treatment option is addiction rehab. Many current rehabilitation programs combine intensive inpatient treatment and long-term outpatient support as part of a comprehensive program designed to support the […]

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