Dual Diagnosis Treatment

April 21, 2017

6 Things To Stop Telling Yourself About Addiction And Alcoholism

Much of recovery is about changing your perspective and keeping your outlook on the right track. Usually, it’s a false perspective that prevents people from getting sober, or convinces them they don’t need to be […]
April 18, 2017

TBH, It’s NBD You Take Meds For Mental Health

Medication isn’t a big deal. We live in a world where people get their dogs prozac prescriptions when their little yappy stops yapping. Mental illness can be passing, or it can stick around a life […]
March 6, 2017
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6 Every Day Causes Of Depression You Didn’t Know Where Bringing You Down

Depression can be genetically passed on from one generation to the next. It can also be triggered by trauma, physical experiences, and experiences in our everyday lives. Not all reactions of depression will turn into […]
January 17, 2017

Predicting Opioid Abuse

Why does someone become addicted to opioids? The answer is deep and complex, varying from one individual to the next. Recent research suggest that preexisting circumstances might contribute to the abuse of opioids. According to […]
January 3, 2017

ADHD And Substance Abuse

One of the most highly occurring dual diagnosis pairs is ADHD and substance abuse. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder plagues young adults and fully developed adults by the millions. Often, treating substance use disorders such as […]
September 15, 2016
Sex and Sex Addiction

Sex and Sex Addiction

Sex addiction falls under the category of a process addiction. Instead of being centered around a particular substance, like a drug or alcohol, process addictions focus on certain acts. Gambling addiction, for example, is a […]
June 21, 2016

Social Media Addiction

Social media is more irresistible than sex. The desire to engage in activity on Facebook or other social media sites is stronger and harder to resist than the desire for sex, or even for addictive […]
June 6, 2016

Treatment Center Red Flags: What to look for

The treatment industry can be divided into two groups: the people who care, and the people who don’t. Choosing a treatment center for a loved one can be an unnerving process, but it doesn’t have […]
June 1, 2016

Opioids and Chronic Pain: do they even work?

Increasingly, the number of people dying from heroin overdose got there by way of prescription painkillers. Opioid narcotic drugs are coming under greater governmental scrutiny and regulation as the epidemic has evidenced a problem with […]