Neuroplasticity and addiction: How can integrative therapies help address past trauma? INTERVIEW with Sabino RecoveryMay 28th, 2016
Why are rehab centers in PA so important? An illustration of the drugs Pennsylvanians use, rates of alcohol and drug abuse, as well as the NEED for addiction treatment in PA. More here.
Dr. Jeffry Junig explains here how buprenorphine (the main psychoactive ingredient in Suboxone) works in the brain.
Substance abuse in Florida requires treatment. Illustrations which make the need for substance abuse treatment in The Sunshine State clear here.
Heroin is an illegal drug used for its euphoric effect. More on heroin uses, side effects, and consequences of illegal use here.
Men seeking addiction treatment can have low self esteem and difficulty with vulnerability. Great lessons, suggestions, and what can work for men in recovery for drug or alcohol addiction here!
Ecstasy provokes the activity of serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine in the brain to create feelings of intense well-being. But what risks are associated with ecstasy use? More on ecstasy and euphoric effect here.
What can you do when you feel an inner void that no amount of money, prestige, success, or alcohol and drugs can fill? How to live a more useful, meaningful life here.
Neurofeedback therapy involves monitoring the brain via electroencephalography (EEG). During addiction treatment, neurofeedback can train the recovering addict to recognize brain states and to “correct” them. How does it work, exactly? More here.
If you're a heroin user and are pregnant, what kinds of treatments are out there? How does heroin affact the baby if you continue using? We review here and invite your questions about pregnancy and heroin at the end.
While tolerance to ecstasy is uncommon, it can occur in regular or high doses users. More on the phenomenon of tolerance here, with a section for your questions at the end.
How can you get out of a toxic relationship? By concentrating on your future happiness. More here...from someone who's been in your shoes.