Drug & Alcohol Rehab Blog

For Better, or For Worse

Your spouse is abusing alcohol and it’s testing your commitment. But working through the “for worse” is what you vowed to do. Here’s how to get back to the “for better.”

How Does Nature Affect Mental Health?

As we become more dependent on technology, we grow farther away from the way our ancestors once lived – connected to nature. However, our brains have mostly stayed the same, and nature has a way of resetting and reviving our brains and how we think. There are many...

Hosting a Sober Holiday Party

Around the holidays, people tend to raise a glass to celebrate the season. But in the United States, 15.1 million Americans suffer from an alcohol use disorder. With these numbers, it may be possible that you, a friend, or a family member may be in recovery, and...

Managing Benzodiazepine Withdrawal Symptoms

More than 30 percent of opioid drug overdoses in the United States involve benzodiazepines. Benzodiazepine is a sedative used to treat anxiety, panic attacks, seizures, restless leg syndrome, and help with insomnia. If someone becomes addicted, benzodiazepines and...

How to Beat the Stigma of Alcohol Addiction

The first week of October is National Mental Illness Awareness Week. One in eight American adults, or 12.7 percent of the U.S. population, faces alcohol addiction. This week is devoted to talking openly about mental illness and bringing awareness to alcohol addiction...

Finding Hope at Beachside Rehab

 Jay started drinking and partying with friends at the age of 16. Every day after school, he and his friends would smoke marijuana and drink. But after high school, Jay’s partying habits soon started to take control of his life. He started dabbling in prescription...

The Science Behind SMART Recovery

There are many addiction recovery programs available that can meet an individual’s needs, both mentally and spiritually. However, for some, a more scientific-based program like SMART recovery works best over a spiritual-based program like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)....

Dual Diagnosis – Everything You Need to Know

  George was recently diagnosed with a dual diagnosis. He checked himself into a treatment center for alcoholics and was surprised when the therapist told him that he has a dual diagnosis of alcohol abuse and anxiety. At first, George was confused, but as he talked...

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