Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms

Understanding Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms

Once you have developed alcohol dependence, quitting can be difficult and, in some cases, even dangerous. When someone struggling with alcohol addiction attempts to stop drinking, they may experience a range of withdrawal symptoms. For some people, experiencing alcohol withdrawal symptoms can be frightening, especially when they are severe. Reaching out for help is not…

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5 Necessary Addiction Recovery Life Skills

What life skills do you need to maintain sobriety after rehab? Re-entry can feel scary after inpatient or outpatient addiction treatment. There are indeed things you can do, thinking you can adopt, and priorities you can set. Each of these will help you with addiction recovery and relapse prevention. Our rehab program offers a cognitive-behavioral…

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4 Benefits of an Outpatient Addiction Treatment Center

The links between mental health disorders and addiction are well documented. Nearly 40% of people with a substance use disorder have a co-occurring mental health diagnosis. The most effective way to treat mental health and addiction is to address both simultaneously with a coordinated care plan. But how do you find the program that will…

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How Important Is Cocaine Addiction Help?

Cocaine has been around for over 150 years, and abuse rates to this highly addictive drug spiked in the 1980s. Today, cocaine addiction still affects over 5 million Americans. Between five and eight percent of rehab admissions are for cocaine addiction. However, we know that not everyone who suffers from this disease is in treatment.…

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Common Addictions That Require Adolescent Drug Treatment

It will be no surprise that the majority of the most common substances teens abuse are the ones that are readily available to them. Teens may turn to substances to cope with the stressors they face in school, socially, and at home. They may also attempt to escape dysfunctional relationships and home life or self-medicate…

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