Category: Drug rehab

Ibogaine Treatment for Addiction: What to Expect

January 7, 2019

Ibogaine treatment has become rather common in treating addictive behavior, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and other similar disorders. Despite all the hype around it, there is relatively little information explaining what the treatment is about. If you are considering undergoing this particular treatment for your condition, it is understandable to be concerned about what […]

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Rehab Staff, and How They Help You

January 4, 2019

Not everyone knows how very deep and thorough a good rehab program must be to provide an addicted person a chance to ensure their survival, and their success. There is, of course, no overnight cure, or even overnight treatment for addiction to drugs and alcohol. Because getting to the point of addiction is itself a […]

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Best Reasons to Consider Rehab

December 10, 2018

If you didn’t know before, you should know it now: you are valuable. Certainly, any and everyone is valuable for several reasons, but it is extremely important to remember that you are someone who has endured difficulty. It doesn’t make you weak or irresponsible that drug addiction has become a problem – drug addiction is […]

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The Meth Epidemic

November 23, 2018

Virtually no one missed ‘X-Files’ creator Vince Gilligan’s runaway hit, ‘Breaking Bad.’ A story of a man at the crossroads of seemingly impossible decision after impossible decision, the show was timed perfectly, debuting around the time that use of methamphetamines, or meth, in the United States began to steadily rise. Methamphetamines, or meth, can take […]

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Personality Type and Drug Addiction: Are They Linked?

September 20, 2018

As far as substance abuse and addiction are concerned, it is clear that there is no single factor responsible. Individuals who struggle with drug addiction tend to have a variety of factors that contribute to increasing their susceptibility to substance abuse addiction. Both environmental and biological factors seem to play a role, exposure to drugs […]

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ADHD Prescription Misuse and Abuse

September 17, 2018

Whether you have ADHD yourself or know someone who does, the thought of help from a stimulant seems counter-intuitive. How could an upper help someone who’s already restless, impulsive and stymied by distraction? Interestingly, the revved-up symptoms of ADHD are actually the result of decreased brain activity from a neurotransmitter deficiency, which is why this […]

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The Glamorization of Drug Use in the Entertainment Industry

September 15, 2018

It’s no secret that a lot of celebrities have a tendency for drug use. Famous singers, rappers, actors, and other in the entertainment industry are generally open about their habits, and this is made evident through their music and documented social behaviors. We’ve seen it in television shows, movies, music videos, and even in their […]

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7 Benefits of Lifetime Therapy for Addiction

September 11, 2018

Many individuals who go through a one-month treatment program or medical detox have their treatments end abruptly. Patients may be clean after the program, but this does not mean treatment should stop. Staying sober is a lifetime pursuit. Regrettably, continuing addiction treatment long-term is not provided through most health insurance providers. This causes many patients […]

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Biggest Benefits of Inpatient Residential Treatment Programs

September 10, 2018

As people become more educated about substance abuse, they are beginning to recognize the signs earlier. Once the characteristics of an addiction are noticed, friends and family often encourage the person to seek help. Inpatient residential treatment programs are the best option for many people in need of help. Aside from the outward symptoms of […]

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