Addiction Topic Keyword: Addiction Recovery (p. 1 of 2)

  • Recovery From Drug Addiction

    Recovery From Drug Addiction

    If you have been experiencing drug abuse or drug addiction, you need to get help right away. Admitting you have a problem is the first step of recovery, and often the hardest step. While treatment and recovery isn't easy, it is very possible to overcome your addiction to drugs and/or alcohol and live a normal, happy and healthy life.
    When you have committed to recovering from your...

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  • Recovery Success Stories That Inspire Others

    Recovery Success Stories That Inspire Others

    I know people continually hear us say that addiction doesn't have to be a life sentence, there is a light at the end of the tunnel, and that recovery from substance abuse and addiction is attainable. It's a long process for some people especially if they're chronically addicted to alcohol or other substances but recovery is achievable and you can heal and maintain a healthy substance free...

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  • Physicians: The First Line of Defense to Substance Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation

    Physicians: The First Line of Defense to Substance Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation

    Dr. Stewart is a physician whom has owned his own practice for about twenty years now. John has been a patient of Dr. Stewart’s for about ten years.  John has come to see Dr. Stewart for his yearly checkup. Dr. Stewart asks John the regular questions:
    How are you feeling? Anything out of ordinary you would like to tell me about? How’s the wife and kids?
    Dr....

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  • Long Term Addiction Treatment and Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Methods

    Long Term Addiction Treatment and Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Methods

    Substance abuse addiction is a complex disease which is characterized by many different components which need to be taken into account when trying to achieve recovery. Relapse to drug use can occur even after long periods of abstinence. This is why drug use is considered chronic, though it is a treatable disease.
    Relapse to use of drugs actually happens at rates similar to that of other...

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  • The Many Components Involved in Substance Abuse Treatment, Retention and Rehabilitation

    The Many Components Involved in Substance Abuse Treatment, Retention and Rehabilitation

    The first step in assisting an individual with a drug problem is getting them into a substance abuse treatment program. Once they are there, the question becomes, how do you keep them there? What is necessary to prevent individuals from leaving treatment? Furthermore, are there specific factors that increase attrition rates from programs? The answer to these questions are complex and will not be...

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  • Is There a Difference Between Outpatient and Residential Inpatient Addiction Treatment Programs?

    Is There a Difference Between Outpatient and Residential Inpatient Addiction Treatment Programs?

    Individuals, who engage in substance abuse use, are often facing more than one issue. Research literature has shown, time and time again, that there is a stereotypical personality that accompanies the addict, rightly named, the ‘addictive personality’.
    Some characteristics that accompany said individual are as follows: Impulsivity Difficulty in delaying gratification,...

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  • Better Health and Addiction Recovery and Healthy Eating Habits

    Better Health and Addiction Recovery and Healthy Eating Habits

    The United States is one the wealthiest nations in the entire world. This in theory should mean that the inhabitants of this great country are among the healthiest in the world as well. Unfortunately however, the correlation between these two variables does not imply causation.
    Americans as a whole are unhealthy. Childhood obesity is on the rise. Procedures like bariatric surgery, which at...

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  • Alcoholism and Neural Tube Defects: What Every Alcoholic Should Know

    Alcoholism and Neural Tube Defects: What Every Alcoholic Should Know

    It is widely acknowledged that alcoholism can lead to health problems. The question that can be posed here however, is does anyone know and understand to what extent heavy drinking can affect the body? How about for specific at risk populations? For instance, what happens when pregnant women drinking alcohol? Is eating well, sleeping eight hours a night and maintaining low stress levels enough...

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  • Long Term Alcohol Addiction Treatment and Recovery: The Correlation between Healthy Eating Habits and Staying Clean

    Long Term Alcohol Addiction Treatment and Recovery: The Correlation between Healthy Eating Habits and Staying Clean

    Ever correlate eating habits with alcohol consumption? No? Well, most people probably don’t. If you didn’t correlate these two seemingly different variables, then consider a study that was conducted by the National Institute of Health in 2006. Researchers found that there was a positive correlation between poor eating habits and an increase in alcohol consumption.
    Likewise,...

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  • A History of Drug Rehabilitation

    A History of Drug Rehabilitation

    Drug Rehabilitation or drug rehab encompasses the many different types of both medical and psychotherapeutic treatments that are currently available for dependency. The purpose of the treatments under this umbrella is to help inpiduals refrain from substance abuse so as to avoid the social, financial, psychological, legal, and physical consequences that can be caused by extreme abuse.
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