The Benefits of Outpatient Alcohol Rehab for Long-Term Recovery

The Benefits of Outpatient Alcohol Rehab for Long-Term Recovery

In Alcohol Rehab April 10th, 2019 No Comments

Addiction experts have long considered inpatient treatment as the ideal treatment plan. Substance users spend time immersed in a alcohol recovery program, safe from the cravings and triggers they would likely have to contend with in the outside world. All their needs are taken care of and the pressures they face in their normal lives…


Going to Treatment in Retirement

In Alcohol Rehab, Drug Rehab March 18th, 2019 No Comments

While it may seem like the younger generation is more prone to developing issues with addiction, the reality is that older adults have high rates of addiction as well especially with prescription drugs. It may seem intimidating for older adults to have to attend rehab in their retirement years but it can be crucial to…


Hangover Induced Anxiety

In Alcohol Rehab, Mental Health February 19th, 2019 No Comments

A night of drinking is thought of as a stress reliever for some, but actually, most people find they wake up feeling even more worried, guilty and anxious. Along with a hangover comes some very unpleasant emotions that make you regret the night before and stress about your situation. Studies show that hangovers, and especially…


What It’s Like to Have a Breathalyzer in Your Car

In Alcohol Rehab, Drug Addiction Recovery, Sobriety February 15th, 2019 No Comments

Anyone who ends up with a DUI conviction may have to undergo certain obstacles in order to be able to drive again. They may need to go to mandatory AA meetings, pay fines and in some cases install a car breathalyzer in their vehicle. A breathalyzer or ignition interlock is meant to ensure that they…


What Happens When You Get Court Ordered AA

In Alcohol Addiction, Alcohol Rehab February 7th, 2019 No Comments

When you get a DUI or undergo a substance abuse-related arrest you might end up facing court-mandated attendance for AA meetings. This usually occurs as an option to help people with addiction issues avoid jail time and rehabilitate themselves instead. AA can be a useful step toward quitting substance abuse and can help people address…


Are All Alcoholics Misunderstood?

In Alcohol Rehab January 22nd, 2019 No Comments

Addiction is one of the most complex and little understood illnesses that millions of Americans suffer from every day. Common views of addiction are often built off false assumptions that a person’s behavior is their own moral failure. The stigma behind alcoholism and other addictions is still all too real in our society. The attitude…


My Alcohol Abuse Causes me to Be Unfaithful

In Alcohol Addiction, Alcohol Rehab January 6th, 2019 No Comments

Addiction can wreak havoc on your mental and physical health as well as ruin your personal life in ways that you never anticipated. While under the influence of alcohol, people tend to make reckless choices that carry serious consequences. Unfortunately, acts of infidelity are all too common when someone is dealing with an alcohol addiction….


Addiction Recovery Isn’t Always a Comeback Story

In Alcohol Rehab, Drug Addiction December 28th, 2018 No Comments

People often think of rehab and recovery as a quick fix that will turn your life around. Even though there are some cases where people are able to make a successful and sudden “comeback” from a drug habit, many experience recovery very differently. They could have ups and downs for many years and continue to…


Are You Losing Motivation in Recovery?

In Alcohol Rehab, Drug Rehab December 26th, 2018 No Comments

When people first enter rehab, they may have a long list of reasons why they want to quit and will feel ready to give up their lifestyle. As time passes, they might start to lose some of their motivation as they forget many of the negative aspects of their substance abuse. They could be struggling…


Dangerous Mix of Alcohol and Muscle Relaxers

In Alcohol Addiction, Alcohol Rehab, Prescription Drug Rehab December 14th, 2018 No Comments

Mixing different kinds of drugs can be dangerous and lead to severe side effects that can have a long-lasting impact on a person’s health. Alcohol and muscle relaxers can be a deadly combination which can impair the individual’s functioning to dangerous levels. Mixing alcohol and muscle relaxants can lead to extreme sedation, decreased cognitive abilities,…


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