Understand your pain and learn how you can take control over your life again. Learn more in our book review of “Managing pain before it manages you” by author and pain expert Margaret A. Caudill.
What are the lies we tell ourselves when we don’t want to face the truth about a loved one’s addiction? Read how you can seek and acknowledge truth, here.
Shannon Kopp shares her personal experiences from entering rehabilitation for eating disorders. Learn what you can expect and what the author wishes she had known, in this article.
When exposed to Percocet on the long term, our brain goes through several changes in its function and structure. This infographic helps you explore Percocet’s long term effects on the brain.
How can you move BEYOND the unconscious patterns determined by early childhood and the development of the ego? A look at what’s on the other side of duality here.
An exclusive interview with Kathleen Sciacca, MA in which we explore some of the BEST WAYS to address substance abuse problems for a higher likelihood of change.
The brain on oxycodone Oxycodone has the ability to alter your perception and emotional response to pain. It binds to the opioid receptors in the central nervous system (CNS) and is very useful as pain management therapy. But, what can long term use do? What adverse side effects can occur in the nervous system as […]
Is there a way to reduce drug diversion? Can medical doctors participate in the prevention of the diversion of prescribed medications? Expert Warren Rivera explains more in this interview.
How much does rehab for a cocaine problem cost? Generally, inpatient rehab will put you back an average of 20K for a 28 day stay, while outpatient costs are significantly less. More info here!
What kinds of treatments can you expect when going to rehab for Xanax addiction? A brief (but thorough) review here.