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alcohol rehab
what happens when you quit drinking
21
Dec

What Happens When You Stop Drinking? A Sobriety Timeline

As any addiction expert will tell you, there are profound physical, emotional, and psychological effects of alcohol. With long-term use, the effects of alcohol on the brain can change the amount of neurotransmitters in your brain, thus changing your moods and thought processes. If you’re considering alcohol addiction treatment, you might rightly wonder, what happens...
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drug and alcohol treatment
14
Dec

Why You Should Seek Drug and Alcohol Treatment in 2020

If you have started thinking about the possibility of seeking drug and alcohol treatment, it’s easy to feel like now “isn’t the right time.” There’s nothing wrong with wanting a fresh start at the beginning of the year and deciding to focus on your health and sobriety as your New Year’s resolution, but that doesn’t...
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Rehabilitation
11
Dec

Rehab Reviews: Florida Drug Rehab Tips From Former Residents

According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), nearly 8 percent of the U.S. population (over 19 million people) suffered from substance use disorders in 2019. This number will likely increase in the aftermath of 2020, a year that proved to be stressful on a global scale. Therefore, if you are struggling...
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dangers of drinking and driving
23
Nov

How to Stop Drinking and Driving During the 2020 Holidays

Drinking while driving is a year-round threat, but it can be especially dangerous during the holidays. That’s why Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is putting on their Tie One on for Safety event from now until the end of the year. This seasonal event encourages everyone to take steps to stop their loved ones from...
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how to stay sober after rehab
17
Aug

How Can I Stay Sober After Rehab? Your Questions Answered

Whether you’ve recently graduated from a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program or you’re thinking about quitting, life after rehab can seem scary. After all, nobody wants to invest the time and effort into addiction treatment and relapse shortly after. So what can you do to stay sober after rehab? Today, we’re going to cover how...
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excuses to leave home during coronavirus
10
Apr

7 Good Reasons to Leave Your Home During COVID-19

As we continue to navigate the coronavirus pandemic, there’s a growing trend of shaming people for leaving their homes. And while you should stay safe by social distancing and staying home when possible, sometimes you need vital resources that you can’t get at home. But what counts as a good reason to leave your home...
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wet brain alcohol abuse
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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coronavirus pandemic
26
Mar

Should I Avoid Rehab During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted daily life for millions of Americans, and Floridians have been especially hard-hit. As businesses close, more and more people are asking themselves: Should I avoid rehab during this COVID-19 pandemic? While we understand your concern, it’s important that you know that attending rehab during the coronavirus is completely safe. In...
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faith based addiction recovery
11
Jun

Faith Based Addiction Recovery 101

Testimonies and research continue to show the power of faith based addiction recovery. Perhaps the most famous example is Alcoholics Anonymous’ 12-step program. It integrates faith in God as a key component of successful addiction rehab. Regardless of religious background, sobriety rates are booming. This is often thanks to an effective combination of addiction recovery...
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signs of alcohol abuse
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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