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Finding the right rehab program can take some trial and error, and it is common to weigh the pros and cons of each program when looking for the best possible route to a sober future, including the bottom line for your expenses. However, it is impossible to put a price tag on sobriety, and there […]Read More
Most people with substance use disorder (SUD) require some form of inpatient detox. Every form of acute withdrawal includes unbearable cravings. Relapse and withdrawal symptoms pose too high of a risk. In some cases, withdrawal symptoms can end in death. Rather than taking that risk, people can check themselves into a detox facility. First, they […]Read More
The brain reacts to withdrawal from drugs and alcohol in interesting ways. You might find that you struggle with intrusive, irrational thoughts throughout treatment. Here’s how to handle them. Psychological Effects of Withdrawal If you have consumed drugs or alcohol for a long time, acute withdrawal symptoms might impact you more severely. Every type of […]Read More
Adverse childhood experiences can cause lasting impacts on adults. The trauma caused by these experiences heavily influences substance use. To better understand this phenomenon, it is important to understand how ACEs impact the body and brain. The CDC-Kaiser ACE Study In 1998, the study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Kaiser Permanente […]Read More
When you are ready to start a substance-free life, drug detox is the first step in a drug or alcohol treatment program. However, ridding your body of substances in detox is not enough. After finishing detox, you should move on to treatment at an addiction center or drug rehab. This path helps you achieve long-term […]Read More
Addiction affects entire families, and a loved one struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol can create a tense, difficult, and fragile home atmosphere. While families can make their best efforts to support a loved one battling addiction, some situations demand a more direct approach to truly help the one with a substance use […]Read More
Completing an addiction treatment program means setting yourself up for the next stage of life – recovery. Maintaining your newfound recovery is strongest when your transition from treatment is smooth and conducive to your sobriety. Unfortunately, the environments and situations you return to when leaving treatment may not be ideal. You may have to return […]Read More
Alcohol addiction should not be taken lightly. Just because alcohol is not an illegal substance does not mean it cannot do irreparable damage to your body and mind. When you are struggling with alcoholism, it is so important to seek help and enter recovery. Before you dive into a rehab program, you need to detox […]Read More
Having an alcohol addiction is troubling. Quitting can feel impossible at times. Not only do you need to realize you have a problem, but you need to have the desire to be sober if you want to recover. Recovery is a lifelong challenge. Managing the triggers and urges to drink will be challenging but beginning […]Read More
Feeling guilt is a natural part of the recovery process. Facing your actions from when you were in your active addiction can be difficult. As you go through treatment and therapy, you’ll have to confront traumas, guilt, and regretful decisions. The problem with feelings of guilt is that they are inactive. You cannot turn the […]Read More