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When people struggle with addiction and realize their need for help, several factors may still keep them from seeking or committing to treatment. One factor that many consider before going to rehab is what they are going to tell their employer or what may happen to their job while they are in a residential facility. […]Read More
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
The medical field long believed that Soma (carisoprodol) wasn’t an addictive drug. Starting in 1959, Wallace Laboratories sold Soma as a prescription muscle relaxer. Unfortunately, many people discovered from its use that Soma’s more akin to a sedative, tranquilizer, and anxiolytic. The effect created a high, which was enough to cause people to get addicted […]Read More
Drug detox is the beginning phase of treatment in the recovery journey. Beginning the recovery process and getting the substances you previously abused, such as alcohol, out of your system can be hard on your body and mind. Eating the right foods can help your body overcome this adjustment and stay healthy throughout the detox […]Read More
If you are seeking rehab treatment for drug or alcohol addiction, the last thing you want to think about is losing your job. Regrettably, this is a real possibility. Due to shoddy employment protections, there is little to do except look for a new job. Loopholes and Gaps in Employment Protections The Americans with Disabilities […]Read More
Sleep helps you rest and regain energy. It helps boost the immune system. During sleep, your brain stores information, helping your learning and memory skills. The importance of sleep is why many people sometimes turn to drugs if they develop disturbed sleep patterns. Z-drugs are a class of prescription sleep medications like: Zopiclone (Imovane) Zaleplon […]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
Addiction can weigh you down, wrecking many areas of your life. If you are seeking a substance-free life, you may find yourself looking into treatment options for substance abuse. Consider going to a professional drug rehab or addiction center. Drug & alcohol detox is the first step in the recovery process. This will slowly taper […]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
Content warning: This article mentions date rape drugs. Many people hear “street drugs” and do not know what it means. Street drugs are addictive drugs obtained illegally through drug dealers. They can fall into any Schedule of controlled drugs. Many of them have no legitimate use. Slang Names for Street Drugs Many times, people call […]Read More