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What to Say to Someone in Drug Rehab?

Words are a powerful way of communicating how you’re feeling. It is also an effective remedy and support system for people undergoing rehab. Battling substance use disorder or drug/alcohol addiction is a challenging and demanding task. Show your support and love by offering motivation and by saying the right words. Here we take a look

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What Happens in Drug Rehab?

Drug rehabilitation, otherwise known as drug rehab, is an excellent way of helping individuals recover from addictions, injuries, and physical and mental illness. However, drug rehab programs are typically dedicated to assisting patients in their journey to sobriety. People addicted to alcohol, and other drugs often require monitoring, additional care, and assistance. Here we take

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What is Drug Rehab?

According to in-depth research, more than 21 million Americans suffer from one or more addictions; however, only 10% of all patients receive treatment. At the same time, deaths resulting from drug overdose have tripled since back in 1990. Tackling drug addiction is no easy task. For this reason, it is recommended that those suffering from

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Inpatient Drug Rehab vs Outpatient

For many people here in the United States, it comes as no surprise that there is a serious drug addiction problem across the country. According to the Centers for Disease Control, there are approximately 114 people that die every single day due to drugs. And it’s not just deaths; there are also 6,748 cases that

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Recovery

How to Involuntarily Commit Someone to Drug Rehab

Watching someone you love become a shell of themselves because of addiction is one of the worst things anyone can experience. In some cases, they will be able to recognize their problem and seek help voluntarily. Unfortunately, a majority of drug addicts do not seek treatment. As a matter of fact, the National Institute on

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Quitting Alcohol vs Quitting Cigarettes

No matter how you look at it, an addiction is an addiction. However, it is important to realize that no two addictions and no two people are the same. For example, there are differences between quitting alcohol and/or drugs and quitting cigarettes. In the article to come, we are going to address a variety of questions.

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Recovery

Tools for Successful Recovery

“People are defeated by easy, victorious, and cheap successes more than by adversity.” — Benjamin Disraeli In recovery as in life itself, adversity is inevitable. How we respond to adverse situations is key to a positive outcome. No one promises easy, life can be difficult at times. When we are working on living a life

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mental health disorders and alcohol addiction is challenging to overcome without the proper addiction treatment and alcohol rehab program
Recovery

Can You Improve Your Mental Health by Giving Up Alcohol?

Alcohol Use Disorder is frequently seen across the United States, but AUD and its companion conditions aren’t the only causes of alcohol-related issues. According to the statistics of the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism 2015 survey, 56% of American adults aged 18 or older have reported drinking in the past month. While many

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Friends vs. Drinking Buddies

One of the biggest truths you will find out when you get sober is who are really your friends and who are your drinking buddies. For years you were an active alcoholic, surrounding yourself with people who share the same interests as you without judgement, drinking on a regular basis just as you once did.

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How to Get Sober and Stay Sober

Alcohol is a powerful force that if not moderated properly can take control of our lives. People tend to underestimate the powerful hold that it can have on you. Because of this, alcohol addiction is a very real problem. That does not mean you should ignore it and that it is unbeatable; it means you

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