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emotional sobriety
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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prescription drug rehab
19
Feb

Are Pharm Parties Real? Prescription Drug Abuse Facts

What is a pharm party? Well, that depends who you ask. According to some news sources, a pharm party (AKA pill party or skittles party) is a gathering when people, usually young adults, bring various prescription drugs to share. The pills are then mixed into a bowl where everyone can take as much as they...
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signs of drug addiction
01
Feb

Signs of Drug Addiction: Heroin, Cocaine, and More

Recognizing the signs of drug addiction in yourself or in a loved one is not always easy. Moreover, this past year has brought extra challenges that make getting help even more of a struggle for people who have substance use disorders and other mental health conditions. Unfortunately, the latest drug trends in the United States...
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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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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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track marks
29
Jun

Track Marks & Other Signs of IV Drug Use

If you suspect that a loved one has started using intravenous (IV) drugs, then you’ll want to start looking for track marks. You can find these scars at the injection site, which is often the non-dominant arm of the user. Whether you’ve seen the track marks yourself or you suspect that a loved one is...
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Barbiturate Addiction Recovery
22
Jun

Barbiturate Addiction Recovery: Evidence-Based Treatments
Barbiturates pose a danger to millions of Floridians as an addictive prescription drug.

For so many people who struggle with substance abuse, addiction starts with prescription drugs that they might need to function day-to-day, like pain medication or sleeping pills. Addiction to barbiturates is no different, and we know how challenging it can be to battle drug abuse, particularly if it presents with co-occurring mental health disorders. Learn...
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Bath Salt Drug Abuse
15
Jun

How Bath Salt Drug Abuse Leads to Addiction in Florida
The effects of bath salts make them both highly desirable and very dangerous.

You have probably heard of the “bath salts” drug, but what is it, really? And what makes it so dangerous? Let’s take a look at the basics of the designer drug known as bath salts. What we know as the “bath salts” drug is scientifically known as synthetic cathinones. People in East Africa and South...
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u4 pink drug
01
Jun

Synthetic Opioid “Pink” Drug Use in the United States
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Pink is “far more potent than morphine” and other opioids.

The “Pink” drug is a synthetic opioid that is more potent than morphine and stronger than heroin. This drug has caused many confirmed deaths in the United States, and its use continues to spread. Do you know the risks of this synthetic opioid? Learn the answers to your questions on Pink drug abuse below. What...
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