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Category: Holistic Addiction Therapies


What is Kratom? Cutting Edge Treatment, or Addictive Drug?

UPDATED APRIL 14TH, 2020   As the opioid epidemic rages in the United States, the Food & Drug Administration has issued new warnings about kratom.
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What is Inpatient Drug Rehab?

As an effective form of addiction treatment, inpatient drug rehab is intended to help individuals stop the often destructive, compulsive behavior of abusing drugs and alcohol. Inpatient drug rehabilitation involves living at a residential addiction treatment center, over a period of time. The average stay at an inpatient treatment center typically lasts from 30 to 90 days or more, depending on the severity of the addiction. Ongoing treatment is essential to help ensure a full recovery from the devastating grip of an addiction.
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How to Cope with the Loss of a Loved One During Recovery from Addiction

You may have recently suffered the loss of a loved one, a family member or friend while you’re going through recovery. You used to handle
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4 Common Meditation Mistakes

By now, you know that meditation is important for achieving and maintaining lasting recovery and finding joy in a life without drugs or alcohol. To
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4 Reasons Why Men Should Meditate During Recovery

With guys like Russell Simmons and Hugh Jackman touting its benefits, meditation is becoming more and more mainstream among the male population. In the recovery
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Becoming More Mindful: Living Life With Intention Through Meditation

Did your addiction begin as a way of escaping from life, the responsibilities of adulthood and the emotions you didn’t want to face? If so,
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Prioritizing Your Mental Health in the New Year

In the New Year, a lot of people are investing in resolutions to lose weight, exercise more often, quit smoking and go to the gym
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The Dangerous Connection Between Alcohol and Anger

Consistently abusing alcohol for many years can have serious and lasting effects on your body. Long-term overconsumption of beer, wine and liquor is often associated
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Retraining Your Brain for Greater Impulse Control

Have you ever experienced “buyer’s remorse”, jumped to conclusions or let your temper get the best of you – only later to berate yourself for
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Doing Your Homework

The only thing that is certain in life – is the uncertainty of life. That’s why you need to be prepared to handle the good
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