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Mental Health and Addiction
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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FMLA for rehab
26
Apr

FMLA for Rehab: Here’s What You Should Know

Did you know that there are laws in place to help people who need to take an extended period of time away from their jobs as a result of a personal or family situation? This is called the Family and Medical Leave Act, or FMLA. The FMLA covers a lot of different situations, from medical...
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alcoholic eyes
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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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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what happens when you quit drinking
11
Jan

Addiction Recovery Support from Rehab to Lifelong Sobriety

With a sigh of relief, we said goodbye to 2020 and hello to a fresh start with 2021. This is the time that we often set our sights on changing for the better by committing to choices that are healthier both physically and mentally. If substance use crept into your life in 2020 and you...
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eating disorders and addiction
07
Sep

Eating Disorders and Addiction: What’s the Connection?

According to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders, eating disorders belong to a category of mental health concerns that affect thirty million people in the United States alone. In fact, eating disorders are the deadliest mental health issue, causing an alarmingly high casualty rate. But did you know that eating disorders and...
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lean drug
27
Mar

What You Should Know About the “Lean” Drug
Lean is a highly addictive drug that people drink to get high.

You might’ve heard of the highly addictive substance called lean in famous hip hop songs, like Lil Wayne’s “Me and My Drank.” But what exactly is it, and how many people suffer from lean drug addiction? Here, we’ll answer all of your questions and discuss the long-term health problems that come with lean drug abuse....
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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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Christian counseling near me
24
Mar

Where Is Christian Counseling Near Me?

Many addiction treatment programs simply remove the drugs or alcohol from the environment, but don’t take the time to heal your mind, which is what took you down the path of addiction in the first place. Our Christ-centered program is based on the idea that a relationship with God can greatly benefit your recovery success....
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recovery from heroin addiction
21
Nov

Surviving Heroin Withdrawals with Medical Detox

This is a personal account from Carissa Sawyer, a woman in recovery from heroin addiction. This story details her heroin addiction, her path to recovery, and the progress she made through medically assisted detox in a clinical setting. I was addicted to heroin for ten years. What started with taking prescription pain pills from my...
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