Withdrawal

December 26, 2020
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Heroin Addiction Therapy: Heroin Withdrawal Symptoms You Should Expect

Nearly one million Americans reported using heroin at least once in 2016, the last year that the National Institute on Drug Abuse conducted a study of heroin use. Of those 948,000 people, the majority were between the ages of 18 and 25. Heroin is a substance that is claiming lives across the nation. Heroin is highly addictive, and the road […]
December 22, 2020
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Understanding Withdrawal: Opioid Withdrawal Symptoms to Expect

There’s an opioid crisis in the United States. On average, 128 people lose their lives every single day in this country due to an opioid overdose.  However, there is hope. With the right treatment plan, you can overcome opioid addiction and start living a healthier, happier life. In order to find success in recovery, it’s important to understand what to […]
October 22, 2020
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Top 10 Major Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms You Should Be Aware Of

1 in every 8 Americans struggles with alcoholism. The fight to overcome the addiction can take a toll on not only those who suffer from the disease but also their family, friends, and coworkers.  Attempting to stop using alcohol abruptly can have its consequences as well. We have put together a list of the 10 major alcohol withdrawal symptoms you […]
October 18, 2020
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Top 10 Major Crack Cocaine Withdrawal Symptoms You Should Be Aware Of

When a person’s body becomes addicted to crack cocaine, it doesn’t take long to develop a chemical dependence on the drug just to be able to function as it normally would. The human body is designed to right itself; it learns to incorporate the chemicals provided by crack cocaine into daily functionality. For this reason, when an addict stops using, […]
October 14, 2020
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Top 10 Major Withdrawal Symptoms of Hydrocodone You Should Know About

Every day 128 people die in the United States from Opioid-related drug overdose. Because it is often prescribed by a physician, Hydrocodone is especially dangerous.  Addiction to Hydrocodone is a challenging problem to overcome, however, with the proper treatment it is possible. It won’t be an easy road, but we are here to help. We are going to discuss the 10 […]
November 23, 2019
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Resting in a Restless World: The Power of Relaxation in Recovery.

We came, we acted, we conquered. This could be the epitaph for much of modern day society: the drive to succeed, achieve, overcome. These motivations and propulsions of powerful energy, though often incredibly effective, leave little room for the intention to simply be, to observe, to allow, to enjoy this existence that so many suffering addicts and alcoholics reach to […]
November 14, 2019
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Are we there yet? Tracking Progress in Recovery

With the diversity of backgrounds, mental health issues, walks of life, and so much more, tracking progress in addiction recovery can be a very personal endeavor, unique to each individual’s process. It is helpful to have a professional counselor, coach, mentor, or therapist to help gauge progress and hold ourselves accountable to the goals and positive changes that we aim […]
August 20, 2019
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Seeking New Horizons: The Transformative Power of Adventure Therapy

There is perhaps no venture that combines coping skills, self-learning, and therapeutic insight in as hands-on and vivid a way as adventure therapy. To see in new ways, under new circumstances, with budding understandings, is one of the most effective catalysts for building new neural pathways, and cultivating new aspects of one’s identity- both crucial for learning to live free […]
August 4, 2019
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The Importance of Medically Supervised Detox

Slowing The Train Before You Get Off: The Importance of Medically Supervised Detox  Many addicts and alcoholics, so fed up with the momentum and entrapment of their disease, want to run full speed into sobriety even if it means quitting cold turkey. Willing to do anything to find true relief, when the drugs and alcohol have lost their effectiveness, many […]