Addiction Topic Keyword: Substance Use (p. 2 of 4)

  • 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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  • All About Drug Addiction Detox

    All About Drug Addiction Detox

    Detox stands for detoxification and is a method used by drug rehab facilities for reducing withdrawal symptoms. Drug addiction can affect your body and mind in the short-term and long-term and treatment should be sought immediately. If you don't know who to turn to for help, find a treatment center nearby or tell your regular doctor about your addiction and he or she will find you a facility...

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  • All About Drug Addiction

    All About Drug Addiction

    To be addicted to drugs means to be completely physically dependent on the drugs. This can be for any type of illegal substance like Cocaine, Heroin, Marijuana, Meth or Club Drugs or for Prescription Drugs. After using drugs excessively, you begin abusing drugs, which can lead to addiction if you use them for long enough. Your body gets used to the chemicals and will cause intense cravings which...

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  • Seeking Addiction Treatment and Programs

    Seeking Addiction Treatment and Programs

    The use of illegal substances like Marijuana, Cocaine, Meth, Heroin and Prescription Drugs is a major issue in the United States. Abusing drugs is so common, in fact, it is considered an epidemic. People of all ages, social classes, ethnicities and genders abuse drugs. Some people are susceptible to drug use due to different circumstances, while others have other reasons for using drugs.
    If...

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  • Locating Drug Rehab Facilities

    Locating Drug Rehab Facilities

    Thousands of people across the country are struggling with their addiction to drugs. It doesn't affect any specific gender, age, ethnicity or social status. Some of the most commonly abused drugs in the country are marijuana, cocaine, heroin, meth and prescription drugs, among others. These lead to many different adverse health conditions, behavioral, physical and psychological changes, and...

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  • What is Outpatient Treatment?

    What is Outpatient Treatment?

    Choosing the right type of drug rehab or alcoholism rehab is ultimately up to you. Look at the benefits as well as the drawbacks and decide which set best applies to the unique needs that you have during this vital recovery process.
    Although you can get insight from professionals in the rehab industry, the only person who is qualified to make decisions about your own substance abuse rehab...

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  • The Rehabilitation Process

    The Rehabilitation Process

    No treatment for substance abuse is complete without "rehabilitation", which is the part of the program that addresses the emotional, mental and psychological aspects of alcoholism or a drug addiction. The different treatments and therapies can differ significantly from place to place, but they all have the same basic ideas in mind.
    These therapies, which often include cognitive behavioral...

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  • What is Inpatient Treatment?

    What is Inpatient Treatment?

    Today is the day for you to pick up the phone and get some help. Reach out to a local rehab program or facility and you can overcome your substance abuse problem and start moving on with your life once and for all. There is absolutely no reason why you should continue to struggle with an addiction when the help that you need is just around the corner.
    Finding the right type of detox and...

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  • Substance Addiction Detoxification

    Substance Addiction Detoxification

    Individuals who have become addicted to substances such as drugs and alcohol may have to come to terms with quitting this substance in dealing with intense withdrawal symptoms which may affect them physically, emotionally or psychologically. The process of withdrawal from their drug of choice can be extremely unpleasant and painful which is where drug detoxification comes in.
    By going...

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  • Inpatient Rehab Treatment for Alcohol and Drug Addiction

    Inpatient Rehab Treatment for Alcohol and Drug Addiction

    Inpatient treatment is full time therapy and counseling for people that are heavily dependent and addicted. Typically, this is around 21 to 45 days of sleeping, eating and working on personal and intrapersonal issues that are related to substance abuse. Many inpatient substance abuse programs also offer 12-Step groups and other support groups for their clients during treatment.
    There are...

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