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alcohol abuse
20
Jul

Why PHP for Drug and Alcohol Rehab?
Partial hospitalization programs can do a world of good. But let's discuss what exactly they can do for you.

Between inpatient care, outpatient programs, and partial hospitalization programs (PHP), finding the right level of care for you can feel impossible. Residential treatment is great for people who need a sober place to stay, outpatient programming can help people who need many hours of care in an outpatient setting, but why PHP for drug and...
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13
Jul

5 Signs of Alcoholism and What to Do Next
Where is the line between casual drinking and an alcohol use disorder?

It can be hard to identify whether you suffer from a substance use disorder, but knowing the signs of alcoholism is a great place to start. Does drinking every weekend count? How much alcohol is too much? Today, we’re answering these questions and more to give you the signs and symptoms of alcoholism. 1. Binge...
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06
Apr

What Is “Wet Brain” in Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism?

For people who suffer from alcohol abuse and alcoholism, there are many risk factors that can cause long-term and even fatal health problems. One of these serious health conditions is known as “wet brain.” Learn more about this disorder, the symptoms, and the signs of chronic alcohol abuse that can put your life in danger....
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28
Jun

Healing from Trauma and Addiction Through Faith-Based Programs

A vicious cycle exists between trauma and addiction. Trauma often causes its victims to self-medicate with drugs or alcohol. Oftentimes, this leads to addiction and further trauma. For this reason, it’s essential that rehabilitation treats not only the addiction but the trauma that may have created it in the first place. More and more research...
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08
Apr

How Alcoholism Can Impact Family Dynamics

Alcoholism in the family is often tied to dysfunctional relationships and unhealthy home environments. It can affect the way families communicate and spend time together. It can also impact the way children develop. Let’s look at some of these situations as well as review tips to help you manage how alcoholism can impact family dynamics....
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20
Feb

4 Must-Have Books on Addiction and Recovery

If you’re struggling with alcohol addiction, drug addiction or other addictive behaviors, you may have reached the point where you are ready to consider a path to recovery. You may be reaching out to friends and loved ones for guidance. Or you may be researching addiction treatment options and support groups. You are likely also...
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07
Feb

What are the Signs of Alcohol Abuse and Addiction?

Alcohol abuse is one of the most difficult addictions to understand and overcome. Unlike narcotics and other drugs, alcohol is legal and easily accessed. Many social outings even revolve around the consumption of alcohol. But you or a loved one may have reached a point where your drinking habits that are unhealthy. This guide will...
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07
Jan

5 Tips on How to Manage Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms

One of the most challenging parts of recovering from an alcohol addiction is helping your body become accustomed to the absence of the substance. You may be ready to stop drinking, but you may not expect the strength of your withdrawal symptoms. They can last for a few hours up to a few weeks, depending on...
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19
Dec

Addiction Therapy Central Florida | Vance Johnson | The Blackberry Center

 He is a former NFL star and 3-time Super Bowl player. He is the newly named Recovery Ambassador for Oglethorpe, Inc., the parent company of the newly restructured The Blackberry Center. And he is a recovering addict. Vance Johnson‘s experiences have led him to his life’s purpose: to help others on their journey to recovery. He is on...
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