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  • Adjusting to New Sobriety

    Many people who are suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction wonder what comes after they leave structure and safe confines of their rehab center.  It can definitely be a struggle for…

  • Cocaine Addiction and Brain Chemistry

    Repeated use of dangerous and addictive stimulant drugs, such as cocaine, often causes a powerful physical and mental dependency that can be difficult to overcome without attending an inpatient rehab program. Recently,…

  • Are You Addicted to Food?

    Food addiction is a condition that many people find difficult to understand.  Many people have unhealthy eating habits and difficulties with food, but it can be tricky to determine whether an individual…

  • Worldwide Drug Abuse

    Many of the articles we read and the studies we observe are discussing drug and alcohol abuse in the United States.  However, drug and alcohol abuse is a problem that is occurring…

  • Teenage Drug Use

    Increased Drug Use Among Teens

    Numerous studies indicate an alarming trend of drug abuse increasing amongst younger and younger individuals.  Certain social problems amongst younger populations have been decreasing and improving, however, drug and alcohol abuse remains…

  • Exercise as a Key to Recovery

    Exercise is a very crucial component for an individual recovering from any sort of alcohol or drug abuse.  Years of dependency on drugs and alcohol severely diminish your physical state and health,…

  • Plastic Surgery Addiction

    Plastic surgery addiction is a term that is fairly new in the treatment world’s vocabulary.  Plastic surgery has only been around for a small number of decades, and in the short amount…

  • Denial and Substance Abuse

    Many people often hear the term “denial” or the phrase “being in denial” when discussing an individual with a substance abuse issue.  Many individuals who have been abusing drugs or alcohol for…

  • Make the Most Out of Rehab

    Attending a rehab program and getting the most out of your treatment really depends on your level of willingness to change and personal commitment. Successful outcomes of attending an inpatient drug or…

  • Ambien and Sleeping Pill Addiction

    Addiction to Ambien and various other sleeping medications has drastically increased in recent years.  Ambien is a sedative-hypnotic drug, with effects similar to Valium or Xanax, that is frequently prescribed to people…

  • Depression Treatment

    Depression is one of the most frequent co-occurring issues seen with individuals suffering from drug or alcohol dependency.  It is very common for people who are struggling with depression to turn to…

  • Finding a New Career After Rehab

    If you are recently out of rehab or newly sober, re-entering the workforce can be refreshing and a steady, grounding return to normalcy.  However, it can present certain stressors or challenges.  Maintaining…

  • Social Drinking or Alcohol Addiction?

    Alcohol consumption is a very prevalent part of our society, and has been for hundreds of years.  Unfortunately, the drinking of alcohol is usually associated with celebration, often heavily consumed at weddings,…

  • High Functioning Alcoholics

    Many of us have heard of and used the term “high-functioning alcoholic” from time to time.  What is considered a high functioning alcoholic? The term can be loosely defined, but most of…

  • Music Therapy in Drug Rehab Centers

    Many holistic, non 12-step rehab centers are now incorporating various non-traditional, cutting-edge treatment modalities into their programs.  When someone enters a rehab center for drugs or alcohol, typically their body, mind and…

  • Eating Disorders and Alcohol Addiction

    Eating disorders and alcoholism are a very dangerous and damaging combination.  Addiction experts are noticing a troubling new trend with these compounding disorders;  often times, an individual will restrict the amount of…