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Substance abuse comes in many forms. One of them is self-medication. The use of alcohol, illicit drugs, or medications (prescription and over the counter) to cope with anxiety, depression, and other mental disorders is very common. Unfortunately, this type of substance use can increase the likelihood of the onset or escalation of emotional disorders like anxiety. […]Read More
People frequently downplay symptoms of substance use disorder (SUD) to themselves and others. Additionally, no two people follow the same path to substance use, so it is easy to be confused about whether or not a person has SUD. Moreover, the signs and symptoms of SUD can differ from one person to the next. However, there are […]Read More
Addiction is an all-encompassing disease that hurts your well-being. In the throes of a substance use disorder (SUD), your actions center around drugs or alcohol. This issue disrupts more than just a single facet of your life; it causes social, mental, physical, and economic problems. Substance use – and eventually, drug addiction — will impact […]Read More
The United States declared the opioid epidemic through the Department of Health and Human Services in 2017. Since then, resources and studies related to opioids have greatly expanded. There is clearer data on the severity of the situation. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 91,799 people died from a drug overdose in 2020. Approximately […]Read More
No two people with substance use disorder (SUD) experience the same healing process. The specific symptoms change depending on multiple factors. Similarly, the length of a detox stay varies greatly, even among people who used the same substance. The major factors that influence a detox stay include: The type of substance used Potency Duration of […]Read More
Though attitudes toward the transgender community are slowly shifting, negative biases still taint the medical field. Trans people face barriers that can prevent them from receiving treatment for substance use disorder (SUD). Not all treatment facilities offer the necessary care for these people. Here are some simple tips on how to find a qualified detox center for […]Read More
Inhalant use is a major issue for teens and young adults because they can easily obtain the substances. Though addiction occurs less frequently with inhalants than with other substances, it is still important to address it. People who use inhalants frequently create a risk for dependency and addiction. Drug detox is the first step of […]Read More
Recovery is different for everyone, but nearly everyone in recovery struggles with losing control. Although recovery is taking back control of your life without drugs or alcohol, a big part of recovery involves letting go. In recovery, you learn to adjust to sobriety, manage negative feelings without using substances, and live a meaningful life. This […]Read More
Admitting you have a problem and seeking treatment is a big step in recovery. If you are looking for a rehab center, you are getting closer to that goal. However, you must seek the proper treatment. There are several options, and they are not one size fits all. Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Depending […]Read More
Addiction can be hard to define and difficult to determine. Figuring out if you’re addicted can bring up a lot of emotions. You may not want to admit it because it is a problem and something you’ll need to work on every day if you are hoping to recover. You might feel disappointed in yourself […]Read More