“Nothing in life is to be feared. It is only to be understood. “  While this quote from Marie Curie applies to many aspects of life, it’s particularly apt when it comes to alcoholism and withdrawal. Indeed, fear of withdrawal can be an unfortunate impediment to recovery—one that can be bypassed via increased awareness about the…

Written By Harris House

Category: Addiction, Physiological

This past spring, an airline pilot and his wife were discovered dead in their Ohio home. The cause of death, according to authorities, was fentanyl overdoses. Unfortunately, this was far from an isolated incident. In fact, fentanyl use is surging, as are deaths due to this pervasive and potent illegal drug. Here’s a closer look…

Detox at drug and alcohol rehab

Even though you have come to realize that living the life of an addict is hard, you may feel that breaking free from your addiction will be even harder. If you feel that way, the good news is that there are steps you can take to help you get over the initial hurdles of breaking…

Written By Harris House

Category: Addiction, Blog, Brain

There is good news in the fight against teen drug addiction. The 2016 Monitoring the Future (MTF) annual survey indicates that past-year use of any illicit drug was the lowest in the survey’s history for eighth graders, while past year use of illicit drugs other than marijuana is down from recent peaks in 10th and 12th…

Any animal lover can tell you right away that having a pet around is a pleasure and a tremendous boost to your feelings of wellbeing and happiness. For this reason, scientists started researching the effect that pets have on humans, and the field of animal-assisted therapy was born. What is Animal-Assisted Therapy? Therapet, a non-profit…

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