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How to Help a Loved One with a Drug or Alcohol Addiction

Photo from Pexels Having a family member, friend, or spouse struggling with addiction can be overwhelming. Your feelings will easily go from worry to fear within a short span. You will worry about their safety, be scared when they go out, and feel uncomfortable when they are left alone. You need to take action and help them overcome the addiction. …

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6 Safe & Effective Ways to Detox Your Body Naturally

The urge to  quit drinking or  using drugs may be natural but the actual task done is tad difficult. It may look easy to some, but the actual difficulty starts when there is a fight between the heart and soul in the urge to stop the use. To avoid any kind of mishaps of detoxing the body at home with …

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Benzodiazepine Detox: Timelines, Symptoms And Treatment Plans

Benzodiazepine Abuse!   If you do not have pretty much knowledge about drugs, you might not have heard this word. But as you are searching about it, we can say that either you, any of your loved ones are currency suffering from Benzodiazepine abuse.   Here, in this article, we will provide you with all the necessary information about Benzodiazepine …

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How to help someone with drug addiction and depression

Two of the biggest illnesses in today’s society are drug addiction and depression. These problems often go hand in hand. Many people with depression use drugs to boost their mood and alleviate feelings of sadness. Unfortunately this often creates a vicious cycle.    A person takes drugs or deals with their depression, but the drugs soon become a problem and …

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5 Effective Ways to Fight Off Addiction

Many situations happen in our lives and some of them are just too harsh to address that we take detours or find comfort zones not to be upset by them. There are times when you start to drink too much and indulge in drugs. Only a few days in and you find yourself unable to get back to normal life. …

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The connection between mental health and addiction

People who struggle with substance abuse might also suffer from or be at risk of acquiring mental disorders, and vice versa, this is according to The National Institute on Drug Abuse. Medically, the name given to this condition is comorbidity.  Drug abuse has reached unprecedented heights. In America, statistics from The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services show that over …