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21 October

One of the most challenging aspects of getting sober is dealing with the fallout from the bad decisions made during active addiction. I used to have a pretty severe alcohol problem, and during my time drinking, I made countless bad decisions, a wide array of mistakes, and an overall fool of myself on more than […]

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19 October

When I worked in telecommunications, my company didn’t notice there was a problem with their new sales manager until he insisted on leaving a few days early for a trade show in Kansas City. His early departure wasn’t so significant in itself. What was significant was that no one could reach him during those few […]

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18 October

“I said I will never work for anyone who just makes you throw pills at the wall and see what sticks,” said Hans Watson, DO, who is chief medical officer of Recovery Ways, a treatment program in Murray, Utah. Speaking at the Cape Cod Symposium on Addictive Disorders (CCSAD) Sept. 10, Dr. Watson is trained […]

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17 October

Alcohol use disorder and sleep disorders. The statistics indicate the breadth of this problem. but it is believed that millions more need treatment and do not seek or receive it. When they act together, the issues can be even more serious. Both alcoholism and sleeping disorders can amplify each other, causing a long-term impact on your health. Thankfully, with appropriate care, […]

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16 October

What About Outpatient Treatment For Meth Addiction? Methamphetamine, or meth, has become one of the most widely misused substances in the US. Studies suggest over 1.5 million Americans have used meth in a given year. Unlike some drugs, meth can cause addiction after just one or two uses. The long term medical effects of using meth can be […]

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15 October

Already a tough business with the pressure to perform and the struggle to make it big, the music industry can do a number on an amateur musician’s mental health, but the coronavirus pandemic didn’t help matters. With restaurants and event venues shutting their doors across the Music City, live music and concerts disappeared overnight. These […]

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14 October

Are you keeping secrets? Do you wnat a better understanding of why your child is keeping secrets? You are not alone if you have been keeping a few secrets. Michael Slepian of Columbia University says that most people have at least one secret. On average, people have about 13 secrets. There is so much secrecy […]

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14 October

Getting sober changes a person inside and out, but you may not be aware of just how much your body will be physically altered with this newfound freedom from addiction. Clearing your system of drugs or alcohol will feel better than any high ever could. Withdrawal Comes First One of the most difficult parts of […]

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13 October

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness, affecting 40 million adults aged 18 and older. Despite being highly treatable, only 36.9% of those suffering from this mental health condition receive treatment. This may be because they don’t want treatment, do not know there is help for what they’re experiencing, or attempt to self-medicate to […]

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12 October

Physical activity offers many health benefits for individuals in recovery. Even gentle movement can release endorphins, those feel-good hormones that help ward off stress, anxiety, and depression. Whether you’re new to exercise or have a regular fitness routine, setting fitness goals can keep you on track as you work to improve your overall well-being. Setting Fitness […]

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