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15
Jun

Foods to Help Your Body Heal in Addiction Recovery

Everyone needs to develop healthy, nutritious eating habits. But for those in recovery from a substance use disorder, eating a healthy balanced diet is a critical part of their sobriety. Addiction to drugs or alcohol takes a toll on the person’s body and brain. When an individual is actively using drugs or drinking alcohol, they...
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19
May

Eight Warning Signs You May Have a Problem with Alcohol

Alcohol Use: When Is It a Problem? It is not uncommon for a person who struggles with alcohol use to deny they have a drinking problem. Sometimes, their family and friends can see they are struggling with alcohol use. Other times, the person themselves may wonder if their alcohol consumption has crossed the line. Warning...
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12
May

Understanding Dry Drunk Syndrome

When a person suffering from alcohol addiction stops drinking, they have taken the first step toward recovery. But maintaining sobriety is a process that takes hard work and daily commitment. One potential challenge for newly sober individuals is what is known as dry drunk syndrome. What Is Dry Drunk Syndrome? When a person has stopped...
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30
Apr

What Is an Intervention for Addiction?

Watching a loved one struggle with an addiction to drugs or alcohol is a heartbreaking, painful experience. You want to help, but you do not know what to do. You feel helpless as you watch them destroying their lives. You have tried talking to them, but they refuse to listen. When your loved one denies...
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18
Apr

Ativan Addiction, Treatment, and Withdrawal

A prescription medication, Ativan is generally prescribed to treat anxiety and insomnia. It is the brand name of the generic drug lorazepam, a benzodiazepine. Ativan is highly regulated by the United States government and is classified by the US Department of Justice as a Schedule IV drug. Ativan Addiction Ativan is a strong medication that...
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07
Apr

The Role of Neuroplasticity in Addiction and Recovery

Everything you do, both voluntary and involuntary, is controlled by the most complex organ in your body: the brain. From your breathing and heartbeat to how you walk and talk, your brain controls it all. Not only does it control your every thought, action, and feeling, but your brain also has the amazing ability to...
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28
Mar

The Thirteen Principles of Effective Addiction Treatment

Addiction to drugs or alcohol is a chronic brain disease. Like other chronic diseases, such as heart disease or diabetes, addiction is treatable but not curable. But with dedication and hard work, long-term addiction recovery is possible. Not All Addiction Treatment Is the Same The aim of every addiction treatment program is to help individuals...
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12
Mar

The Dangerous Risks of Intravenous (IV) Drug Use

What Is IV Drug Use? Intravenous (IV) drug use involves using a syringe and needle to inject a substance directly into the bloodstream. The drug is generally injected into a vein (intravascular). It can also be injected under the skin (subcutaneous), known as skin-popping. Sometimes the substance is intentionally or accidentally injected into a muscle...
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04
Mar

The Damaging Effects Excessive Drinking Has on Your Eyes

Drinking an excessive amount of alcohol harms every organ in the human body, including the eyes. Although many people are aware of the damage excessive drinking or addiction has on some bodily organs, few are aware of the damaging effects it can have on vision. It can even lead to blindness. What Are Alcoholic Eyes?...
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