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The question, “How long does drug rehab take?” is a bit like asking, “How long is a piece of string?” There isn’t one answer that is correct in every instance. Determining the best course of treatment is a highly individualized process. Research does reveal that good outcomes for people living with an addiction occur when...
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Methamphetamine Over the past few years, meth has crept into the American addiction landscape. According to the United States government, more than 13 million people over the age of 12 have used amphetamine-like stimulants, and trends in drug treatment admissions due to methamphetamine and amphetamine drug use show no signs of slowing down. Signs and...
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According to the American College of Preventative Medicine, the Misuse and Abuse of Prescription Drugs is Epidemic. The past two decades have witnessed an expansion of pain medication use, especially opioid use for patients who have chronic noncancer pain. 7 million people abuse/misuse prescription drugs every month; pain relievers = 5.3 million. We live in...
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12 Step Meeting Makers Make It! Once you have completed your in-patient addiction treatment at English Mountain Recovery your recovery program is not over. Recovery is a life long event but completed one day at a time. Over the years we have seen that our most successful clients commit to and attend 12 step meetings...
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When we stop drinking alcohol or using drugs we can easily, without warning – replace that addiction with sugar. Satisfying ourselves with a little sugar instead of our previous addiction is easy to justify. The problem is that alcohol and drug addiction share common characteristics with how the body reacts to sugar. How Does Sugar...
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1. Attend 12 Step Meetings Most 12 step groups hold additional meetings during the holidays and sober parties. Keep your 12 step meeting schedule handy on your phone and make a plan. Remember – nothing ensures continuous sobriety better than one alcoholic talking to another alcoholic. 2. Remove Expectations During this time of year, we...
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Fox News reported that- Steve Sarkisian sued the University of Southern California on Monday, alleging the school breached the football coach’s contract and discriminated against him on the basis of a disability — namely alcoholism — when it fired him this fall. According to Fox News, Sarkisian claims he should have been allowed to seek...
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Social media networks such as Facebook are extremely addictive. Studies show that most people check, update and interact on social sites constantly throughout the day. In addition, they really have no clear idea of how much actual time they spend doing this. If you’re a social media addict, and your addiction is getting worse, says...
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Dick Kahn (Co-Founder of EMR) & Gary Anderson (Marketing at EMR) were invited and interviewed by Chip Chapman at Channel 12 News today! English Mountain Recovery offers love and acceptance to people as they begin their journey to recovery. English Mountain Recovery treats people who struggle with alcohol and drug addiction. Their outstanding 90 day...
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CONCORD, N.H. —U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte is introducing legislation to improve addiction treatment programs for pregnant women and mothers who have a substance use disorder, including a pilot program that allows funds to help women in non-residential settings. The bill would reauthorize residential treatment programs for pregnant and postpartum women supported by the federal Center...
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