Addiction Topic: Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation (p. 3 of 3)

  • Substance Abuse Among Healthcare Professionals

    Substance Abuse Among Healthcare Professionals

    Firefighters, Policeman, Doctors, Nurses…all these inpiduals incorporate what is known as the helping professions. These are people who are on the front line when problems arise. In fact, trauma is part of the job description of these professions. It is something that is seen every day. So, how do these inpiduals deal with this?
    Obviously, it takes a certain character and...

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  • Codependency and Enabling Substance Abuse Behavior

    Codependency and Enabling Substance Abuse Behavior

    The definition of enabling in Random House dictionary is as follows: to make able; give power, means, competence or ability to; authorize. To make possible or easy. Now, what does that have to do with drug abuse? After all, no one wants a loved one to do something that would hurt themselves or others. So, how could an individual possibly enable someone else’s behavior? Furthermore, why...

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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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  • Chronic Relapse and Relapse Prevention - Is There More Than One Component?

    Chronic Relapse and Relapse Prevention - Is There More Than One Component?

    Someone goes in for substance abuse treatment, convinced that this time will be the time they kick their habit, whatever that might be. Six months later they’ve gone through treatment and are out on their own. They’ve changed jobs, friends, made amends…and then that day, the one they hoped would never come…the alcohol, marijuana, cocaine (insert your drug of choice...

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  • 12 (Twelve) Step Programs: Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, etc..What Are They?

    12 (Twelve) Step Programs: Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, etc..What Are They?

    Nobody wants to be judged; especially when they’ve done something they aren’t proud of. That is the beauty of the twelve step program. These programs are based on the idea that their only purpose is to work on personal recovery. The most famous of the twelve-step programs include Alcoholics Anonymous, which is basically a recovery guide from alcoholism. Since the onset of A.A., there...

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  • Marijuana Addiction, Abuse and Treatment

    Marijuana Addiction, Abuse and Treatment

    Cannabis has been around for centuries and the plant has been used to make rope, thread, clothes and even smoked for its psychoactive properties and medicinal purposes. The drug has been widely used in America for more than 40 years.
    It is estimated that close to 5 million Americans regularly use marijuana. In the last 2 decades, surveys reveal that use of marijuana among the younger...

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  • Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation

    Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation

    Drug and Alcohol addictions continue to affect people from all walks of life. Many people believe that all drug and alcohol abusers are criminals or are morally weak. But, that simply is not the case. Whether one is a doctor, stay-at-home mom, lawyer, teacher, preacher, mill worker, teenager or even a child, drug and alcohol addictions respect no one.
    Addiction is a physiological...

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