Alcoholism Impact On Childhood

In blog, Drug Rehab October 22nd, 2019 No Comments

You may have heard before that alcoholism runs in person’s family. Perhaps multiple generations of a single family have had similar alcohol abuse behaviors and health risks. One might wonder, is this all learned behavior or something more innate? Nature and Nurture Scientists have discovered there does exist a genetic factor that make some individuals…


Antidepressant Dependency Debate

In blog, Drug Rehab October 14th, 2019 No Comments

According to the American Psychological Association, antidepressant usage is on the rise. There has been a 64 percent increase in the number of people using antidepressants between 1999 and 2014.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report that approximately 1 in 10 people aged 12 years and older take an antidepressant. The Independent…


5 Healing Activities for Recovery

In Drug Rehab August 18th, 2019 No Comments

Everyone needs to spend some time trying to process their emotions and heal themselves from the difficult things that they go through. For people in recovery from an addiction or a mental illness, they will need to find multiple ways to heal themselves in their mind, body and spirit. These are some of the best…


5 Things to Know about Addiction and Bipolar Disorder

In Drug Rehab August 9th, 2019 No Comments

Substance abuse often is closely connected to mental health issues and bipolar disorder can be one of the most vulnerable to dual diagnosis. Because bipolar disorder and substance abuse frequently occur together, it is helpful to know certain facts about the disorder and how it relates to drug use. 1. Bipolar disorder is often misdiagnosed…


4 Common Behavioral Addictions

In Drug Rehab July 14th, 2019 No Comments

When someone loses control of their behavior and compulsively engages in an activity in spite of its negative consequences then they are dealing with an addiction. People can become addicted not only to certain substances but also to specific problematic behaviors. These are some of the most common behavioral addictions that require treatment. Gambling Addiction…


How Self-Love Can Change Your Mental Health

In Drug Rehab July 12th, 2019 No Comments

For people that struggle with depression, anxiety and other mental illnesses, they often have issues with self-esteem that greatly affect their lives. In fact, most people might not realize how many self-deprecating things they might think about themselves on a daily basis. Everyone can benefit from practicing self-love and learning how to be compassionate toward…


Common Attachment Issues that Affect Relationships

In blog, Drug Rehab July 9th, 2019 No Comments

Many people who have had issues of trauma or other mental health problems may find it difficult to form healthy emotional attachments to others. They may be overly needy and become too close to people too quickly without defining boundaries. They can also be too distant and avoidant in a way that prevents them developing…


5 Health Benefits of Quitting Alcohol

In blog, Drug Rehab July 4th, 2019 No Comments

For those who want to try quitting drinking or even those who need to for their own well-being, there are many positive changes that take place when you become sober. Alcohol is a toxin that can destroy your health and drinking consistently over time leads to many issues. Some of the health benefits of quitting…


What is Relationship Anxiety?

In blog, Drug Rehab June 21st, 2019 No Comments

For some people, relationships can come very easily and they don’t have to deal with any anxieties or fears about commitment. For others, relationships are a challenging problem that they can’t seem to overcome. Someone who struggles with finding and staying in relationships can be said to have relationship anxiety or a commitment phobia. Even…


Habitual Use and Cannabis Addiction

In blog, Drug Rehab June 18th, 2019 No Comments

Since the legalization of marijuana in several states throughout the U.S., there has been more exploration into understanding how marijuana affects the body. Traditionally, it is believed by many that marijuana is not an addictive drug but studies show that differences in an individual’s brain systems can determine whether or not they get addicted. Some…

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