Written By Harris House

Category: Addiction, Blog, Recovery

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So you’ve passed the first obstacle in helping a loved one with a substance abuse problem: recognizing the signs of addition. However, this is only one small part of overcoming drug addiction. Also essential is convincing your family member or friend to agree to rehab. Here’s a closer look at what you can do to…

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Category: Abuse, Addiction, Physiological, Recovery, Trauma

Prescription opioids, heroin, and fentanyl killed more than 42,000 people in 2016, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. While addiction is an equal opportunity affliction, some people are more susceptible to substance abuse and addiction than others. One industry, in particular, where workers are especially vulnerable to drug use and all of…

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Category: Addiction, Alcohol, Brain, Physiological

Addicts may be among the most misunderstood people in the world due to the many misperceptions that exist about them, as well as about the people who love and care for them. Unfortunately, these misperceptions can interfere with the path to recovery, which is why this article sets the record straight with a roundup of…

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Category: Abuse, Addiction, Recovery

There are many different options when it comes to drug rehabilitation. If you’ve made the decision to pursue drug rehab for yourself or someone you love, choosing the best rehab can optimize the chances of success. Read on for an overview of contemporary drug rehab programs, along with a roundup of several different types of…

Over recent posts, we’ve been exploring the relationship between the brain and addictive behavior. Today, we’re pleased to present the fourth and final installment of our blog series, “Brain & Addictive Behavior.” Today’s topic? The invaluable role of rehabilitation in helping addicts cope with the physical and emotional aspects of addiction in order to embrace…