5 Ways to Stay Sober During the Holidays

In Alcohol Addiction, Alcohol Rehab October 13th, 2017 No Comments
    Anyone who has been through recovery knows how hard it can be to get through the holidays as a sober person. The holidays are a time where people are celebrating and throwing parties or get togethers that usually involve alcohol. Worse still, many former alcoholics associate the holidays with drinking and find it…

Study Says Childhood Brain Injury Can Lead To Alcohol Abuse

In Alcohol Addiction, Alcohol Rehab September 26th, 2017 No Comments
Research into traumatic brain injuries recently revealed that children can be dramatically affected later in life when they incur brain trauma. An analysis of research published in the journal “Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience” found that children with these injuries often struggle in adulthood and are less likely to keep a job, are more likely to…

Alcohol Abuse on the Rise

In Alcohol Addiction, Alcohol Rehab September 20th, 2017 No Comments
A recent study revealed some surprising statistics and information about the level of alcohol consumption in the U.S. and how it has changed in the past decade. Trends show that more Americans are drinking alcohol and more of them are drinking to a point that is dangerous or harmful. The increase has been especially prominent…

Hypnosis Therapy and Mental Health

In Mental Health, Treatment Programs September 14th, 2017 No Comments
There are many myths and misconceptions surrounding hypnosis and what happens when people are hypnotized. The use of hypnosis is still controversial in the field of mental health, but many people find it helpful for certain issues that they are facing. People might turn to hypnosis to help them quit smoking, lose weight or get…

Ryan Phillippe Discusses His Battle with Depression

In Mental Health September 11th, 2017 No Comments
Hollywood star Ryan Phillippe has never held back about the subject of mental health and recently spoke candidly in an interview for the September issue of “Women’s Health” about depression. Phillippe spoke regarding his beliefs about depression, how it should be approached and how he has managed his own problems with mental health. The 42…

After Hurricane Harvey, A Flood of PTSD

In Mental Health September 7th, 2017 No Comments
Hurricane Harvey has devastated the coast of Texas as the strongest hurricane to hit the U.S. in more than a decade. Over the past week the hurricane dumped an estimated 27 trillion gallons of water over Texas and Louisiana causing catastrophic flooding and damage in major cities like Houston. Tens of thousands of people were…

Can Addiction be Predicted?

In Alcohol Addiction, Drug Addiction, Prescription Drug Rehab August 25th, 2017 No Comments
Addiction is a behavioral problem that is still not fully understood although researchers have identified certain factors that can contribute to the likelihood of someone becoming addicted. People can be genetically predisposed to addiction or grow up in environments where substance abuse is the norm. Recently, a new study showed that behavior in early childhood…

Is Postpartum Depression Separate from Depression?

In Mental Health August 22nd, 2017 No Comments
While for most people, having a child is a joyous experience it can also be a very stressful event and a major life change that can leave some women reeling. Postpartum depression is a specific mental health problem that occurs within 4 to 6 weeks of giving birth. While it is a form or subset…

Shia Labeouf’s History With Substance Abuse

In Alcohol Addiction August 17th, 2017 No Comments
Former child actor, Shia Labeouf has had a complicated relationship with alcohol that has plagued his adulthood and caused problems with his career and now his marriage. Labeouf married actress Mia Goth, less than a year ago but his new wife has already grown tired of his drinking habits and the drama he creates including…

Chester Bennington Suicide and Mental Health

In Mental Health August 15th, 2017 No Comments
Music fans around the world were shocked and devastated when Chester Bennington, singer of rock/metal band Linkin Park, committed suicide on July 20th. Bennington passed away at the age of 41 and left behind six children and his wife Talinda. The singer’s suicide took place eerily on what would have been Chris Cornell’s birthday, a…

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