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Outpatient Treatment for Addiction: What to Expect

Many who struggle with addiction benefit from the flexibility of outpatient treatment. Here’s how to tell if it’s right for you.   For many people who suffer from addiction, starting treatment is more complicated than deciding to stop using. Despite a strong desire to rebuild a healthy life, taking that first step can feel overwhelming. … Continued

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Medical Detox vs. Rehab: What Addiction Treatment is Right for You?

What is a medical detox? How is it different from rehab? Here’s what you need to know.   If you suffer from an addiction to drugs or alcohol, starting recovery can be difficult. It’s easy to become overwhelmed about your options or feel confused about the kind of treatment you need. Fortunately, you don’t need … Continued

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8 Benefits of a Residential Addiction Treatment Center

Entering a residential treatment program is an important step in addiction recovery, but an inpatient setting can feel daunting. If you’re considering seeking treatment for yourself or a loved one, but aren’t sure whether an inpatient program is right for you, consider these eight benefits of a residential addiction treatment center:   1. Professional Assessment … Continued

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Pain Awareness Month

September Is Pain Awareness Month

Chronic pain affects more people than you might think. Pain Awareness Month raises awareness for this important issue.   For those who suffer from chronic pain, daily life can be a struggle. Consistent pain can disrupt concentration, interfere with sleep, and even lead to depression and anxiety. To complicate matters, many of the prescription medications … Continued

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Recovery from addiction

Recovering From Addiction for Life: The Importance of a Fluent Process

Recovering from addiction is hard, but it’s worth it. Here’s how to navigate the road to lifelong recovery.   Recovering from addiction is often a long road, and it can involve many stages. Inpatient drug rehabilitation is often the first crucial step. If you struggle with addiction and have tried other options unsuccessfully, inpatient care … Continued

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What Is Rehab Really Like? Here’s What to Expect at an Inpatient Treatment Center

Inpatient treatment is often the first crucial step toward recovery. Here’s what to expect.   For many who suffer from addiction, entering rehab can be a daunting experience. Recovery not only takes the courage to admit a problem, but a willingness to trust in the help of others. If you’ve considered rehab but haven’t been … Continued

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Bipolar disorder and addiction recovery

You’re Not Alone: Battling Bipolar Disorder and Drug Addiction

Many people suffer from bipolar disorder and drug addiction. Here’s how to recognize the symptoms — and how to seek help when you need it. People struggle with addiction for many reasons. Drugs and alcohol might be a means to cope with a traumatic event, day-to-day stressors, or even boredom. Many times, mental health disorders, … Continued

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Recovery and relationships

Recovery and Relationships: How to Talk About Your Addiction

Starting a new relationship in recovery can be difficult. These tips can make it easier.   Starting a new relationship can be difficult. There’s a lot to learn about one another, and it’s important that priorities and values align. With recovery and relationships, things become even more complicated. Talking about the past can be difficult, … Continued

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5 Intervention Mistakes to Avoid

Interventions help loved ones overcome addiction, but they aren’t always easy to plan. Here’s how to avoid common intervention mistakes.   Interventions are a common approach for helping a loved one overcome addiction. They are helpful for a myriad of concerns such as drug abuse, alcohol addiction, and even eating disorders. However, people may not … Continued

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