Monthly Archive:: June 2014

It is often hard for someone to acknowledge that he needs help in overcoming a drug or alcohol addiction. However, the addiction will manifest through signs and events that may be hard to resolve without proper intervention. Here are some of the most common signs that indicate the need

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Many will agree that there’s essentially nothing wrong about drinking alcohol. In fact, a 2012 survey carried out by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) revealed that 87.6 percent of Americans aged 18 and older has taken alcohol at some point in their lives. It only

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Recovering from addiction usually brings challenges that make success seem unattainable. The rehabilitating addict experiences doubts, anxieties, and fears on what lies ahead on the road to recovery. Fearing Sobriety Sobriety implies the loss of known coping methods, that is, excessive drinking or drug use. Without these habits, the

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When a person succumbs to alcohol abuse or alcoholism, breaking the addiction and staying out of it will prove to be a tough journey. From seeking treatment to maintaining sobriety, the person faces a lifelong commitment to recovery filled with challenges. However, with ample guidance and support, the recovery

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“Treatment programs at a credible Missouri rehabilitation center may include on-site counseling sessions to help the patient wean off the drug. Some of the treatments can involve injecting certain medicines to suppress the craving. Dr. Cicero said the data warrants serious attention due to potential consequences from sharing needles

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