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Dealing with Chronic Pain in Recovery
Written on: 01/15/2018

Pain is our body’s warning system- it lets us know when we have pushed our bodies too far or when we are injuring ourselves. It’s not a pleasant sensation, but it’s useful- it’s the feeling that tells us, “stop exercising, you’re damaging your muscles”, or “take your hand off the stove, you’re giving yourself a […]

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Take Off Your Coat And Stay Awhile: The Rise Of Recovery Cafes
Written on: 01/12/2018

Just when you thought the news was all bad. You might be surprised to hear how many rays of light are beginning to shine their way through the fog in the opioid epidemic. Recovery Cafes–New Places to Meet New Faces Recovery cafes are definitely a point of light on the road to recovery as they […]

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How the Government is Failing with the Opioid Crisis
Written on: 01/12/2018

The news last October about the opioid crisis wasn’t good. Profiles on the opioid crisis that aired on 60 Minutes and printed in The Washington Post pointed to a fundamental breakdown by the Federal Government. They had failed to adequately address or respond to the crisis that is killing our citizens by the thousands each […]

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The Opioid Death Rate Among Millennials Is Up
Written on: 01/12/2018

The opioid epidemic in America has been credited with another alarming statistic: the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has found that the opioid death rate among “millennials”—adults between the ages of 25 and 34—rose 19% between 2014 and 2016, the highest percentage in more than two decades. In its analysis of statistics in […]

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#175 For Hope
Written on: 01/11/2018

#175 is the number of people per day who are dying in the opioid crisis in the United States. Their faces and their names and their hometowns transcend boundaries. They are from Cape Cod, from Boise and San Antonio, from big cities and small rural towns. They are white and black and brown. They are […]

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What is Cognitive Based Therapy and How Can it Help?
Written on: 01/09/2018

If you’re searching for treatment for addiction or dependence, you may come across many terms, therapies, or psychological practices you haven’t heard of beforehand. Since addiction can affect individuals differently, rehabilitation techniques differ from person to person. So, there are plenty of various programs and methods utilized at treatment facilities. But, while there are specific […]

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How Switzerland Brought Drug Addiction Out Of The Shadows
Written on: 01/08/2018

Nearly thirty years ago, Switzerland was famous for having one of the world’s biggest open drug addiction scenes. It was in Zurich in the 1990’s, that heroin addicts and other drug users congregated in city parks creating a scene of desperation and misery. Officials estimate there were nearly 30,000 heroin addicts in a city of […]

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Why Healthy Sleep Patterns are Vital for Sobriety Success
Written on: 01/05/2018

There are many aspects of life that can be affected by drug abuse. After long term use, individuals are bound to have skewed priorities due to constantly having to seek their drug of choice. Some individuals may not be getting the nutrition their bodies need to function properly. Other individuals may not be investing in […]

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Wet Brain: When Alcoholism Leads to Memory Loss
Written on: 12/31/2017

Abusing alcohol comes with many consequences. But, none of the consequences are as severe as a condition commonly referred to as wet brain. This condition, which leads to a number of debilitating symptoms, is practically brain damage brought on by alcohol abuse. And, if caught too late, cannot be reversed. So, if you or someone […]

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A Deadly Concoction: Mixing Ativan and Alcohol
Written on: 12/30/2017

One of the most dangerous substance mixtures to date, ativan and alcohol have taken many lives. While it may seem like a good time to alcoholics or Ativan users, mixing these two substances can be deadly. If you or a loved one are mixing these two already dangerous substances together, it’s extremely important that you […]

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