Your Life Changes in Recovery, but Does Your Personality?

Your Life Changes in Recovery, but Does Your Personality?

In Alcohol Rehab, Drug Addiction Recovery November 27th, 2018 No Comments

Although quitting an addiction is a massive change for anyone to go through, it does not always change the way a person acts and behaves in other ways. Simply giving up alcohol can transform your health in many ways but people can often become trapped in the same negative cycles that they struggled with before…


What is Mindful Drinking?

In Alcohol Addiction, Alcohol Rehab, Sobriety November 24th, 2018 No Comments

New trends in health and wellness are leading people to cut back on their drinking habits especially for those who are interested in moderation or sobriety. People who have non-problematic drinking behavior but who want to reduce their alcohol consumption overall are trying out a new tactic called mindful drinking. It provides people a way…


Meditation for Chronic Pain

In Prescription Drug Rehab November 20th, 2018 No Comments

With the opioid epidemic continuing to rise in the U.S., people are concerned about the dangers of painkillers even for those using them for medical reasons. In the past, people with chronic pain would be prescribed opioids regularly to help them cope with their symptoms. Now that medical professionals and even the general public are…


What Your Addicted Loved One Needs You To Know But Can’t Tell You

In Alcohol Addiction, Alcohol Rehab, Drug Addiction, Drug Addiction Recovery November 19th, 2018 No Comments

We’d like to thank today’s guest author, Lorelie Rozzano of jaggedlittleedges.com who contributed the below article as part of a sponsored collaboration. As a person in long-term recovery, I look back on my days in active addiction and feel grateful to be alive. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control, drug overdoses killed…


Opioids and New Moms

In Drug Addiction, Drug Rehab, Prescription Drug Rehab November 14th, 2018 No Comments

As the opioid crisis continues to grow and more people are concerned about the dangers of painkillers, new mothers also need to consider whether they should use opioids for pain or avoid them completely. It is common for doctors to prescribe opioid painkillers to help women with postpartum pain especially if they have a c…


Your Diet’s Effect on Bipolar Disorder

In Mental Health, News November 13th, 2018 No Comments

Our bodies and our minds are actually closely connected in ways that we don’t always realize. What you eat can have a strong impact on the health of your body which in turn can affect your mood. People with poor diets may find that their mental health symptoms are much worse, especially if they have…


Does Everyone Have Anxiety?

In Mental Health November 9th, 2018 No Comments

Everyone feels nervous in certain situations and there are always moments of anxiety that occur as a natural response to stress. It is true that everyone feels anxious sometimes but this is not that same as having anxiety. There is a difference between the kind of occasional anxious feelings that people experience and having an…


Fentanyl – A Serious Threat

In Drug Addiction, Drug Rehab, Prescription Drug Rehab November 5th, 2018 No Comments

As the opioid epidemic has reached an all time high in the U.S., rates of overdose have increased to a staggering 200 people a day. With a record number of opioid-related deaths it is important for addiction and health experts to identify key issues that may be contributing to these numbers, one of which is…


Inside Look at Luxury Rehab and Why They’re Effective

In Alcohol Rehab, Drug Addiction, Drug Addiction Recovery, Drug Rehab October 31st, 2018 No Comments

There are many different options available for addiction treatment at a wide range of costs. More expensive and even luxury rehabs exist because some people with serious addictions are looking for the best possible treatment options available. Luxury rehabs can be effective because they offer more amenities, higher quality staff and a greater level of…


Benzo Prescription Abuse is Back and Booming

In Drug Addiction, Drug Rehab, Prescription Drug Rehab October 30th, 2018 No Comments

Although opioids are the main focus of the nation’s health crisis, other prescription drugs are also causing high rates of addictions. Benzodiazepines like Xanax, Valium and Ativan are designed to help ease anxiety but the effects that they have on body and mind can be incredibly addictive. Physicians have been prescribing more and more of…


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