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alcohol rehab
dry drunk syndrome
03
Sep

What Is a Dry Drunk: The Mental Health Recovery Connection

For those struggling with drug addiction, it’s a major achievement to stop engaging in active drug use, but that’s not the only step to overcoming addiction. Stopping drug usage is only the first step in recovery—in order to avoid relapse, you also have to understand the pattern of behavior behind addiction. It’s only after addressing...
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Alcohol rehab center in Florida
09
Aug

Alcohol Rehab Center in Florida: How to Quit Drinking

In the past year, around the country the rates of people who struggle with substance abuse have been going up. Florida is no exception—more and more people are finding that they are in need of treatment for an alcohol use disorder. However, knowing where to start when it comes to finding the right alcohol rehab...
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18
Jul

Hidden Effects of Chantix and Alcohol on Mental Health

Some people who take Chantix to stop smoking cigarettes have reported that this prescription medication actually assists with lowering the amount of alcohol they’re able (and that they desire) to drink. For people with an alcohol use disorder, combining Chantix and alcohol might sound like a new recovery option to stop smoking and drinking simultaneously. ...
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stages of addiction
05
Jul

What Are the Stages of Addiction?

Becoming addicted to drugs or alcohol is not something that happens overnight. Instead, there are stages of addiction from the very first time somebody uses drugs or alcohol to when the addiction requires professional treatment.  But what exactly are these stages of addiction? And how can you successfully get through them to reach the end...
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03
May

Is Mental Health One of the Causes of Addiction?

There are various causes of addiction that put people at a higher risk for struggling with this disease. Addiction can be passed down through family members, for starters. Some people are also vulnerable to substance use as a result of their upbringing, health conditions, and even who they decide to spend their time with.  But...
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12
Apr

Can the Liver Heal Itself? | Alcohol & Liver Damage FAQ in 2021

The liver is the body’s largest internal organ and is responsible for a host of important processes like digesting food, distributing nutrients, and processing toxins. It is also the liver’s job to process alcohol. In fact, alcohol is one of the biggest stressors on the liver and liver function, and problems related to liver and...
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05
Apr

Alcoholic Eyes: Symptoms, Outlook, and Treatment

Many people are familiar with the effects that alcohol can have on things like the brain and liver, but studies show that the consequences of drinking can actually impact your eyesight as well. The term “alcoholic eyes” refers to the ways in which your eyes can be harmed by alcohol consumption. Below, we look into...
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15
Mar

Does Alcohol Cause Cancer? Hidden Dangers You Should Know

It’s no secret that alcohol can have a negative consequences for your health, especially if you struggle with a substance use disorder. But exactly how dangerous is alcohol? And does alcohol cause cancer? This article goes through everything you need to know about the risks of drinking alcohol and how to protect yourself from the...
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01
Mar

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Statistics and Efficacy

Due to increased stress caused by the coronavirus pandemic, more than 81,000 people experienced fatal overdoses between May of 2019 and May 2020, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. With such high overdose death rates, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) could save countless lives by helping them safely detox from addictive substances like alcohol,...
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22
Feb

Emotional Sobriety Tips for Long-Term Recovery

It is important to think about emotional sobriety, no matter where you are at in your journey to recovering from drugs or alcohol. Although there are a lot of physical hurdles to overcome, without also focusing on your emotional recovery, you may easily find yourself turning to drugs and alcohol over and over again throughout...
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