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Life in recovery | Steps to Take to Stay Clean +

Life in recovery | Steps to Take to Stay Clean

Steps to Take to Stay Clean Addiction is a difficult situation to break whether it’s alcoholism, drug addiction, gambling, shopping or unhealthy relationship habits. However, there is a way to conquer it and stay clean for the rest of your life. Long-term success requires adherence to a strategy that will protect you from getting drawn

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First Steps to Quitting Drug Addiction +

First Steps to Quitting Drug Addiction

First Steps to Take to Quit Drugs Millions of people struggle with addiction every year, and overdose rates are quickly rising due to the opioid epidemic and children trying drugs at earlier ages. This is compounded by a significant increase in babies who are born addicted to drugs. Addiction is an overwhelming problem, but by

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Understanding Drug Addiction in 2018 +

Understanding Drug Addiction in 2018

Getting the Facts on Drug Addiction Today There isn’t a person in the United States that does not know a person or loved one who is on drugs. At one time or another, the drug of choice has either increased or decreased depending on the generation. Alcohol and cocaine have always been a problem. heroin

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Life After Rehab | What to Expect +

Life After Rehab | What to Expect

  Returning Home The first challenge that many will face after leaving drug rehab centers or alcohol rehab centers is returning to the old environment from which they came out of to pursue a detox program. Old environments can be difficult to return to, because they give rise to old emotions and feelings related to

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Drug Addiction, The Science Behind It +

Drug Addiction, The Science Behind It

Drug  Addiction, The Science Behind It Drug addiction is a disease that compels its victims to abuse dangerous chemicals, despite their overwhelmingly negative consequences. While the decision to begin using drugs is almost always voluntary, repeated use causes changes to occur in the brain that interfere with the user’s ability to resist their allure. It’s

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Behavioral Changes in a Drug Addict +

Behavioral Changes in a Drug Addict

Behavior Changes in a Drug Addict Before a person starts using drugs, they will typically exhibit behavioral patterns that most people would consider normal. This normality will be established over many years of getting to know that person and what they are like. This is especially the case if the person who becomes a drug

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These articles can help you get started toward your recovery.  Learn more about rehab here.

This is where the addiction recovery process starts. There are insurance policies that can help cover a patient’s treatment costs.

Seeking addiction treatment is a big step forward, and should be treated as such. Learning effective tools and strategies is key to preventing relapse. Keeping away from  triggers and practicing a lot of self-control are just some of the skills you will acquire on your journey to recovery.

If you’re not ready to tell people that you’ve gone to rehab, you can use selective terminology to avoid revealing too much about your treatment. Instead of saying you were at rehab for addiction, you can say you were getting treatment for a mental health issue or an anxiety problem.

Most professionals look at addiction as a chronic, relapsing illness. Addiction treatment should be approached with a long-term perspective. Individualized therapy should be part of rehab. A therapeutic relationship with a trusted, trained therapist is integral to a person’s recovery journey.

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