How can you align yourself for continued progress in recovery from addiction? Ideas and practices to help you stay on track in addiction recovery here.
Intensive outpatient rehab for addiction is both effective AND less costly than inpatient rehab. Daily, you pay under $200 out-of-pocket compared to $700+ for inpatient. More on the cost effectiveness of intensive outpatient treatments here.
Unstable moods, memory loss, and vitamin deficiencies are symptoms related to addiction that can be addressed by sound nutrition. A brief guideline to how to eat well for a balanced life in recovery here.
Irritability, sleep problems, and low energy can be signals of clinical depression. So, if you’re in addiction recovery…how are these two conditions related? How are they treated? We review ways you can cope with addiction and depression here.
Intensive outpatient for substance abuse is basically a type of rehab you attend at least 3 days a week for 2-4 hours a day or more, often scheduled around work or school. More here on this option for addiction treatment here.
An interview with practitioners of The Waismann Method® about how rapid opiate detox works, its safety, and what to expect during the procedure.
10 honest questions to use as you choose a rehab for yourself or a loved one.
What happens during detox? A brief description of what you can expect during inpatient or outpatient drug/alcohol detox. Followed by an invitation for your questions.
How can you deal with addiction in your family? Some New Year’s resolutions for people coping with addiction in the family here.
Mental health disorders are far more common among addicts than they are among the general population, and mood disorders specifically very commonly co-occur with substance abuse. More on the relationship between the two here.