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6 Signs You Might Have an Addiction Problem

Image Source: Pexels If you feel like you can no longer control your urge to use a substance and the behavior has started negatively impacting your life, you might have an addiction problem. For some people, it might seem like a difficult choice to seek help for a problem they have been able to hide for some time. However, this …

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Hayden Panettiere discusses how addiction affects the whole family

Addiction doesn’t just affect those with a dangerous dependency on alcohol or drugs. Often, the experiences of those on the sidelines watching their loved ones spiral into the depths of addiction are even more raw and distressing than for the individual suffering with the problem.  Hollywood actress Hayden Panettiere has recently been discussing how, during the midst of her dependence …

How to Help a Loved One Dealing with Addiction

Image Source: Pexels Whether it is alcohol or drugs, dealing with an addiction is not easy. The person struggling may not know it and those around do not always know what to do. It is normal to feel scared, confused, and annoyed but these feelings won’t help the addict. What can you do to help your loved one beat the …

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Ways to Help a Loved One Who is Dealing with Addiction

If you have a friend or family member surviving an addiction, it may seem almost impossible to help them through the situation. Living with an addiction can cause untold harm to someone’s mental, emotional, and physical health. And it can be challenging to watch someone you love struggle with this problem. Below are some essential tips to help facilitate a …

How to Support a Loved One Struggling with Addiction

Being in the family of someone dealing with addiction may be one of the most difficult things that a person has to go through. You want to help your loved one but don’t know how. To help you, we have put together these tips on how to support a loved one struggling with addiction. Educate Yourself on Addiction Learn about …

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Finding Dual Diagnosis Treatment – What to Look For in a Facility

If you are looking for dual diagnosis treatment, there are a few key things to look for in a facility. First, make sure that the facility offers family therapy. This is an essential part of dual diagnosis treatment, as it can help address the issues that led to the person’s addiction. Second, make sure that the facility offers individual therapy. …

3 Signs You Should Look For An Addiction Treatment Center

Dealing with large amounts of stress is something the average adult is quite familiar with. Learning how to deal with this stress in a healthy way is important. There are millions of American adults that turn to drugs and alcohol to make dealing with the troubles in their lives easier. In some cases, a person will find that they are …

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Different Types Of Therapy That Helps With Addiction Recovery

Substance abuse or addiction not only comes with a lot of health issues but also a number of mental and emotional conditions as well. If you or any of your loved ones are suffering from substance abuse or addiction issues, you must ensure to get proper medical treatment in order to come out of the darkness. When you are enrolling …

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Effects of Stress on Students

Many people wonder how students can be so anxious and stressed when they haven’t even lived half their lives. The truth is that students experience the most anxiety due to college burdens. Does it harm them? Yes, and we’ll look into these effects in great detail today. Muscle tension If we could live a stress-free life, it would be a …

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3 Important Things To Do After A Relapse

Addiction is a debilitating disease that affects millions of people globally, which encompasses intense substance craving and the inability to self-control that can sometimes lead to devastating consequences. Overcoming addiction and choosing to live a sober life are huge life achievements. Unfortunately, the road to recovery is windy, and the chances of a relapse are incredibly likely. More than 85% …