signs of alcohol withdrawal

Serious Signs of Alcohol Withdrawal

Alcohol withdrawal can be described as the mental and physical symptoms you experience when you stop after drinking alcohol heavily over a long period of time. Some alcohol withdrawal symptoms are mild while others can be quite serious. If you are only an occasional drinker, you may not experience signs of alcohol withdrawal if you…

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Looking for Better Addiction Care?

America is in Need of Better Addiction CareThousands of Americans are in need of better addiction care after falling into relapse after failed rehab attempts. If your rehab efforts proved less than satisfactory, don’t give up hope for recovery. Quality and personalized treatment truly can help you get clean and teach you methods for maintaining…

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5 Opioid Facts That Will Surprise You [Infographic]

There is no shortage of news coverage for the opioid crisis in America. While attention, press, and awareness is a good thing, there isn’t always an emphasis on the facts. These five opioid facts give you a realistic picture of the epidemic. Keep in mind that while the statistics seem dire, there are recovery and…

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Is Alcoholism a Disease?

Is Alcoholism a Disease?You may have heard this before. This definition goes all the way back to the 1940s when an influential article was released by a German university.The article depicted a series of recognizable steps that those struggling with alcohol addiction went through. The series of steps were predictable and always the same, no…

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I Think My Daughter Needs Heroin Detox Treatment

If your loved one has a drug addiction, they may need professional treatment. Heroin detox treatment helps remove the physical dependency on heroin. Once the withdrawal symptoms end, your daughter can continue treatment with rehab.Is Heroin Detox Treatment Necessary?Over time, the human body develops a physical and mental dependency on drugs. The body becomes accustomed…

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stimulant abuse

How Does Stimulant Abuse Affect People?

Like any drug, stimulant abuse can cause short-term and long-term effects on the human body. Many people start using stimulants in recreational settings. Before long, they develop a tolerance. They have to use more stimulants to achieve the same effect. Over time, this can lead to emotional, mental and physical health consequences.The Short-Term Effects of…

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The Drug Cocaine Did Not Disappear with the 80s

Baby boomers will certainly remember the onset of the disco era in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It was a time when America was in transition and liberal values were taking over the country. It’s also the time frame when cocaine became America’s drug of choice. As the new drug flowed free in dance…

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Don’t Ignore Signs of Substance Abuse

Many people use addictive substances and don’t struggle with substance abuse or addiction. Others do struggle, though. Those that do will show signs of substance abuse that they can’t cover up. If you see any signs of substance use problems, it may be time to get yourself or your loved one some professional help.Physical Signs…

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Physical Cues that Your Son May Be A Meth Addict

We would all like to believe we know and understand our children. However, things have changed over the years. Our children have grown more independent, making it difficult to always know what they are up to at any given time. As a parent, it’s important for you to be on the lookout for changes in…

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Inpatient Mental Health and Addiction Needs Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Mental health issues and substance abuse problems go hand-in-hand. People that struggle with both often enter a dual diagnosis treatment program. While the program is helpful, it’s not usually effective unless the patient also gets inpatient mental health therapy. It’s important for people who need dual diagnosis treatment to enter the program at a treatment…

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