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  • 5 Tips on Finding Friendship in Recovery

    5 Tips on Finding Friendship in Recovery

    Creating meaningful relationships is essential to your sobriety, and it is possible. With these five tips, you can find new, or recover old, friendships while remaining sober.

  • Surviving Alcoholic Detox Symptoms

    Surviving Alcoholic Detox Symptoms

    Going through alcohol detox is one of the most dangerous forms of detox. More people die from alcohol withdrawal than detox from other addicting substances, which is why it is essential for most people to undergo the process under medical supervision.

  • Canadian Parliament Attacker Struggled with Addiction

    Canadian Parliament Attacker Struggled with Addiction

    On October 22, 2014, the world was deeply shaken by an act of terrorism in Ottawa, Canada. Micheal Zehaf-Bibeau shot and killed Corporal Nathan Cirillo, a solider on ceremonial duty at the National War Memorial. Michael then launched an attack on a nearby Parliament building, where members of the Canadian Parliament were meeting in caucuses.

  • 5 Dangers Drug Consumption while on Anti-Depressants Poses

    5 Dangers Drug Consumption while on Anti-Depressants Poses

    Addiction and depression are frequently coupled together in many people, as many people may attempt to self-medicate with drugs or alcohol, but find instead that their drug use ends up actually intensifying their symptoms of depression, creating a very dangerous and ineffective cycle. When seeking legitimate and supervised treatment for depression, it is especially important to strive for sobriety, because anti-depressant medication can pose a number of bad effects if is coupled with drug use.

  • What to Expect in the First Days of Sobriety

    What to Expect in the First Days of Sobriety

    The journey to recovery from addiction is long and difficult but the first 30 days are often the hardest for patients entering rehab. Some of them may have only recently made the decision to quit and some may still be in denial of their addiction.

  • How Spirituality Plays a Part in Recovery from Alcoholism

    How Spirituality Plays a Part in Recovery from Alcoholism

    Recovery from alcoholism is a journey that requires strength and devotion. When a person is recovering from addiction to alcohol, they must come to terms with the destructive behaviors they have been engaging in and learn to think and behave in a way that is conducive to their sobriety.

  • The Health Issues Brought about by Binge Drinking

    The Health Issues Brought about by Binge Drinking

    It's no secret among most people that high levels of alcohol consumption can be harmful to your health and safety. However, many people may not be aware of the extent, or the number of potential dangers of excessive drinking.

  • Steven Tyler Admits to being better Drug Addict than Musician

    Steven Tyler Admits to being better Drug Addict than Musician

    As part of the band Aerosmith, singer and songwriter Steven Tyler is a deeply esteemed and admired rock musician, calling the Demon of Screamin' for his loud, powerful voice and expansive vocal range. However, he was also given another nickname, along with his bandmate Joe Perry who were known as The Toxic Twins for taking extremely high levels of stimulants, cocaine, and heroin.

  • What does MicroRNA have to do with Becoming Alcoholic?

    What does MicroRNA have to do with Becoming Alcoholic?

    Alcohol use is extremely prevalent part of most parts of American society. According to a 2012 survey by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 87.6 percent of people aged 18 or older have consumed alcohol in their lifetime.

  • Is Taking Medication As Prescribed Relapsing?

    Is Taking Medication As Prescribed Relapsing?

    Prescription medication is a hot topic in recovery. Many recovering addicts stay away from all types of medication, using natural alternatives such as herbal remedies when they become sick or have some other condition.

  • Pennsylvania Sets Up Prescription Database to Thwart Drug Abuse

    Pennsylvania Sets Up Prescription Database to Thwart Drug Abuse

    A law recently passed in Pennsylvania by Governor Tom Corbett will give physicians in the state access to a statewide controlled substances database targeting prescription drugs which have become an epidemic in the state. This law is part of an effort to cut down on the level of abuse and misuse of prescription painkillers and anti-anxiety medications in Pennsylvania and will help prevent rising numbers of addiction.

  • Darryl Strawberry talks about his Recovery from Drug Addiction

    Darryl Strawberry talks about his Recovery from Drug Addiction

    Drafted to a major league team almost immediately out of high school, Darryl Strawberry has enjoyed an extremely illustrious and noteworthy career as a baseball player. Unfortunately, like many professional athletes and other people who are extremely high achieving in their chosen field, an amazing amount of success did not protect him from the ravages of substance abuse and drug addiction.

  • 10 Things You Didn't Know Where Possible Before Recovery

    10 Things You Didn't Know Where Possible Before Recovery

    Many addicts do not believe they are strong enough to overcome their addiction, and so they never actually seek out professional treatment. For many, they remain in denial that they even have a problem, and continue to engage in destructive behavior.

  • Key Protein Change Responsible for Change from Moderate to Problem Drinking

    Key Protein Change Responsible for Change from Moderate to Problem Drinking

    Many people who drink are able to do so moderately without a problem. There are also some people who may exceed the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services 2010 Dietary Guidelines' recommended levels of no more then one drink a day for women, two for men, but do not have the disease of alcoholism.

  • Barber Institute of Fine Arts Helping Recovering Addicts

    Barber Institute of Fine Arts Helping Recovering Addicts

    A British university is working to support recovering addicts in the world of art by offering them art lessons and a chance to show their work in a gallery among many great painters. The Barber Institute of Fine Arts at the University of Birmingham in England has works by Rembrandt, Renoir, Rousseau, Monet Picasso and countless other famous artists.

  • 10 Questions To Ask Yourself If You Are Looking For Recovery

    10 Questions To Ask Yourself If You Are Looking For Recovery

    Before you enter a recovery program, you should ask yourself these ten questions to help you find the right treatment program for your unique situation. This will facilitate your research into addiction treatment facilities for a better recovery and reduce your risk relapse.

  • Innovator of Drug Treatment Msgr. William O’Brien Passes Away

    Innovator of Drug Treatment Msgr. William O’Brien Passes Away

    William O'Brien, who helped to create one of the first and most successful residential drug and alcohol treatment centers in the U.S., passed away on October 18th in Scarsdale N.Y. at the age of 90. The loss of O'Brien was announced by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York because of his work as a Catholic priest and Monsignor as well as his innovation and passionate contributions to those in need.

  • Former St. Kilda President Rod Butterss Talks Alcoholism and Recovery

    Former St. Kilda President Rod Butterss Talks Alcoholism and Recovery

    Rod Butterss is beginning to open up about his past struggles with alcohol and the inner turmoil he experienced even during his tenure as president of St. Kilda Football Club in Australia. He had suffered from alcohol abuse for a decade until he found the strength in 2009 to enter into recovery from alcoholism.

  • Xanax’s Effect on the Brain

    Xanax’s Effect on the Brain

    Medications like Xanax may be helpful in alleviating symptoms of anxiety but evidence shows that long term use of the drug can lead to addiction and also be harmful to the brain. The drug's damaging effect on the brain can lead to problems like mental and behavioral abnormalities like dementia.

  • Ex-Soldier Fighting Drug Addiction in Second Term of Service

    Ex-Soldier Fighting Drug Addiction in Second Term of Service

    Former soldier Frank L. Greenagel Jr. has been out of service for 10 years teaching high school English, being involved in his own counseling center for drug abuse, running a task force to combat youth heroin use as well as a recovery house at Rutgers University. He has been involved in fighting drug abuse among the young people in New Jersey through his speaking engagements meetings for six different associations.

  • Does Drinking Alone Make You An Alcoholic?

    Does Drinking Alone Make You An Alcoholic?

    Some people prefer to drink when they are socializing with friends or are out at a party while others might enjoy the relaxation of a few drinks at home alone. Drinking by yourself does not always mean you have an alcohol problem but it is considered one of the most common signs and symptoms of a developing dependency.

  • What the Bump to Schedule II means for Hydrocodone

    What the Bump to Schedule II means for Hydrocodone

    In a recent final ruling the DEA chose to move hydrocodone combination products from schedule III to schedule II. Hydrocodone products are a type of narcotic painkiller that is commonly prescribed to patients recovering from surgery or experiencing chronic pain.

  • Understanding Delirium Tremens and What Your Body is Saying

    Understanding Delirium Tremens and What Your Body is Saying

    Withdrawal from an alcohol addiction can involve a number of painful and uncomfortable symptoms that occur throughout the process of detox. One of the most severe symptoms of alcohol withdrawal is delirium tremens and it tends to be a problem for the heaviest drinkers who are attempting to quit cold turkey.

  • How to Get the Most Out Of Your Recovery from Addiction

    How to Get the Most Out Of Your Recovery from Addiction

    Spending time at a rehab facility can be costly and takes a great deal of time out of your work schedule so there is no reason to throw away the experience. Rehab is an opportunity that you may not have the means to do again in many cases so it is important to invest all your energy and effort into recovery.

  • Why Massachusetts Rate Of Drug Addicted Babies Has Exploded

    Why Massachusetts Rate Of Drug Addicted Babies Has Exploded

    A recent study has found that Massachusetts has three times than the nationwide rate of babies born with opiates in their systems. The numbers, based on the hospital diagnosis data that is reported to the federal government, show that in 2013, 1,300 Massachusetts babies (or about 17.5 per 1000 births) were born having narcotics in their system.

  • Elizabeth Pena’s Death Linked to Alcoholism

    Elizabeth Pena’s Death Linked to Alcoholism

    The life-long acting career of Elizabeth Pena ended abruptly on October 14th in Los Angeles as passed away at only age 55. The actress' death shocked her family, fans and other Hollywood stars that were close to her.

  • A Breakdown of the Types of Addiction Treatment

    A Breakdown of the Types of Addiction Treatment

    While people suffering from addiction can experience similar symptoms, people may need different kinds of treatment depending on their circumstances and what works best with their lifestyle. Some addicts may have special needs that would require a certain type of treatment center or length of treatment.

  • The Struggle of Staying Sober with Chronic Pain

    The Struggle of Staying Sober with Chronic Pain

    Painkillers like prescription opiates such as vicodin and oxycontin are among the most dangerous and addictive drugs in the county. Addiction to opiates is steadily rising, and communities everywhere are struggling to find a solution to what has been referred to by many addiction health experts as nothing short of an epidemic.

  • Put a Stop to the Re-Direction of Obsession in Recovery

    Put a Stop to the Re-Direction of Obsession in Recovery

    For someone suffering from an addiction, refraining from their drug of choice may be one of the most difficult things they ever try to accomplish. Maintaining their self-control and not engaging in indulgent behavior with a particular drug may be so stressful and straining that they begin to obsess over something else.

  • 5 Experiences that Happen in Early Sobriety

    5 Experiences that Happen in Early Sobriety

    Early sobriety is a time of major chafe and transformation. Most recovering addicts find that everything they have ever thought or believed comes into question when they are first sober and able to see with some clarity for the first time in what may be a while.

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