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How to Treat a Co-Occurring Disorder

How to Treat a Co-Occurring Disorder

For those who have co-occurring issues, treatment needs to be handled differently. So what is a co-occurring disorder and how do you treat it? What is a co-occurring disorder? Co-occurring disorders, also known as a dual diagnosis, is when someone suffers from both a...

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Addiction is Nothing to be Ashamed of

Addiction is Nothing to be Ashamed of

After so many years of addiction professionals trying to get the public to understand, people are realizing that addiction is nothing to be ashamed of. People from all walks of life, every race, and every religion struggle with addiction. The reasons for addiction are...

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When It’s Time for an Intervention, Here’s What to Do

When It’s Time for an Intervention, Here’s What to Do

When someone you love has become addicted to drugs or alcohol, you need to get the person help as quickly as possible before the addiction gets out of control. Since most addicts won't admit they have a problem, it's essential to stage an intervention. When it's time...

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Addiction:  The Difference Between Abuse and Dependence

Addiction: The Difference Between Abuse and Dependence

There are actually two types of addiction: substance abuse and substance dependence. Regardless of the substance, either type can cause complete disruption in a person’s life, as well as the lives of their friends, family and loved ones. Understanding what addiction...

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When Social Drinking Turns Into Alcoholism

When Social Drinking Turns Into Alcoholism

People often have a hard time determining if their drinking habits, or the drinking habits of their loved one or spouse, are “normal”.  What exactly is a social drinker versus an alcoholic? How do you know when it’s time to get help? This article will help you...

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Understanding Why Drug Addicts Relapse and How to Avoid It

Understanding Why Drug Addicts Relapse and How to Avoid It

Relapse is a common step in addiction recovery. Up to 60% of patients who receive substance abuse treatment will relapse within one year.  Addiction recovery is an extremely difficult process, and for many, it takes several attempts to completely stop using drugs or...

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Get Professional Help for Drug Addiction

Get Professional Help for Drug Addiction

For those unfamiliar with the complexities of drug addiction, they assume that drug addiction is a choice, and overcoming the addiction is as simple as making a different choice, but nothing could be further from the truth. Drug addiction is a disease, and overcoming...

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Young Professionals Addiction is on the Rise

Young Professionals Addiction is on the Rise

There is a disturbing trend that is happening all across the United States. The demographic with the largest increase in drug addiction is young professionals. The 20 to 30-year old age group has seen a significant uptick in drug use; moreso among those considered to...

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