Treatments For Heroin Addiction

Edited by Paul Alexander

Last updated February 6, 2020

Heroin addiction is an unpredictable, complex disease that affects millions of people every year. Fortunately, there are several options that have proven successful in treatments for heroin addiction and maintaining sober living. As identified by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, treatment may include:  Medication Behavior counseling Evaluation and treatment for co-occurring mental health disorders Read More

A Guide to the Tapping Technique for Stress Relief

Edited by Paul Alexander

Last updated June 3, 2019

In today’s society and health communities, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the plethora of different treatment options. We may wonder what treatment options are best for us and which we should take the time to try.  There’s medication, talk-therapy, supplements, meditation, and the list could go on and on. While no one method works for Read More

How to Practice Self-Care Wherever You Are

Edited by Paul Alexander

Last updated May 23, 2019

77 percent of people surveyed experience physical symptoms due to stress. Meanwhile, 73 percent experience psychological symptoms caused by stress. Neglecting to take care of yourself can cause low energy, headaches, insomnia, nausea, a weakened immune system, and so much more. It can also cause first-time addictions or relapses. With a little self-care, however, you can keep your Read More

Is Addiction Rehab a Good Time to Quit Smoking?

Edited by Paul Alexander

Last updated November 15, 2016

Addiction rehab is a time when clients focus on making positive changes in their lives – stopping drug and alcohol use, engaging in healthier activities, implementing more structure into their daily routines, building independence, and preventing relapse. It can also be a good time to quit smoking, a habit that often accompanies drug or alcohol Read More

Returning to Work or School After Rehab

Edited by Paul Alexander

Last updated September 22, 2016

A necessary part of rebuilding your life in recovery is returning to work or school. This can be a challenging transition to make after being away but gives you the opportunity to implement what you have learned in treatment. You are likely to face a variety of situations where you must decide how you will Read More

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