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5 Ways To Support Recovery In The Household

5 Ways To Support Recovery In The Household

Bringing recovery home means shifting the household to support recovery in a new way.   Make Sure Everyone
Do’s And Don’t’s Of Medication Management At Home

Do’s And Don’t’s Of Medication Management At Home

Commonly, when a loved one goes to treatment for a compulsive disorder or substance use disorder, they discover ...
The Dangers of Developing A Tolerance To Marijuana

The Dangers of Developing A Tolerance To Marijuana

Marijuana today is almost unrecognizable from 20 years ago — just ask your parents or offbeat uncle. In the late ...
Treating Ecstasy Addiction

Treating Ecstasy Addiction

Many people think that Ecstasy is a fun drug that isn’t addictive. But the fact is that ecstasy can be addictive. ...
Why Quitting Smoking May Lower Alcohol Intake

Why Quitting Smoking May Lower Alcohol Intake

  There is a popular theory that individuals who are trying to stop smoking tend to drink more alcohol, as a ...
The Reality of Hangxiety

The Reality of Hangxiety

Many individuals wake up after a long night of drinking feeling anxiety. For some, maybe they did or said something
Side Effects of Casual Drinking

Side Effects of Casual Drinking

While the risks and dangers of excessive drinking are well publicized, many people are not aware that even casual ...
Tips for Coping with an Alcoholic Parent

Tips for Coping with an Alcoholic Parent

Alcoholism is often referred to as a ‘family disease’. This is because an alcohol addiction harms more than just ...
How Physical Addiction to Alcohol Develops

How Physical Addiction to Alcohol Develops

What does it mean if an individual is physically dependent on alcohol? It means that the individual is an ...
The Onset of Meth and Effects on the Body

The Onset of Meth and Effects on the Body

A number of factors can affect the onset of Meth and its effects on the body. The main one being its mode of ...
Get Help for OxyContin Addiction

Get Help for OxyContin Addiction

OxyContin is the time released version of oxycodone. It is a semi synthetic opioid which is used to treat severe ...
Effect of Snorting Opiates

Effect of Snorting Opiates

Opiates can either be prescription drugs or illegal drugs, which are used to treat moderate or severe pain. Opiates
5 Ways To Support Recovery In The Household

5 Ways To Support Recovery In The Household

Bringing recovery home means shifting the household to support recovery in a new way.   Make Sure Everyone
Do’s And Don’t’s Of Medication Management At Home

Do’s And Don’t’s Of Medication Management At Home

Commonly, when a loved one goes to treatment for a compulsive disorder or substance use disorder, they discover ...
The Dangers of Developing A Tolerance To Marijuana

The Dangers of Developing A Tolerance To Marijuana

Marijuana today is almost unrecognizable from 20 years ago — just ask your parents or offbeat uncle. In the late ...
Treating Ecstasy Addiction

Treating Ecstasy Addiction

Many people think that Ecstasy is a fun drug that isn’t addictive. But the fact is that ecstasy can be addictive. ...
Why Quitting Smoking May Lower Alcohol Intake

Why Quitting Smoking May Lower Alcohol Intake

  There is a popular theory that individuals who are trying to stop smoking tend to drink more alcohol, as a ...
The Reality of Hangxiety

The Reality of Hangxiety

Many individuals wake up after a long night of drinking feeling anxiety. For some, maybe they did or said something
Side Effects of Casual Drinking

Side Effects of Casual Drinking

While the risks and dangers of excessive drinking are well publicized, many people are not aware that even casual ...
Tips for Coping with an Alcoholic Parent

Tips for Coping with an Alcoholic Parent

Alcoholism is often referred to as a ‘family disease’. This is because an alcohol addiction harms more than just ...
How Physical Addiction to Alcohol Develops

How Physical Addiction to Alcohol Develops

What does it mean if an individual is physically dependent on alcohol? It means that the individual is an ...
The Onset of Meth and Effects on the Body

The Onset of Meth and Effects on the Body

A number of factors can affect the onset of Meth and its effects on the body. The main one being its mode of ...
Get Help for OxyContin Addiction

Get Help for OxyContin Addiction

OxyContin is the time released version of oxycodone. It is a semi synthetic opioid which is used to treat severe ...
Effect of Snorting Opiates

Effect of Snorting Opiates

Opiates can either be prescription drugs or illegal drugs, which are used to treat moderate or severe pain. Opiates

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