Nutrition, Substance Abuse, and Addiction

Nutrition, Substance Abuse, and Addiction With substance abuse and addiction, an individual’s body is drained of the nutrients needed to support individual cell health. This lack of nutrients in the cells further depletes a body’s reserve nutrients and can even lead to the breakdown of a person’s organs. When an individual ceases abusing substances, they…

Recovery and Routine-Building

  There are many ways to help one transition from a treatment to life back at home. In the early stages of recovery, routine-building is one way to build confidence for getting life started again. It’s essential to focus on strategies that help you to stay sober and on the track to healing. Routines, which…

College Students and Substance Abuse

College Students and Substance AbuseMany times, going to university or college is the first time that young adults have the chance to live an independent life. But such a significant transition to a new phase of life with new responsibilities can be very mentally, emotionally, and physically stressful. A lot of young students find themselves…

The Difference Between Abuse and Addiction

What is the Difference Between Abuse and Addiction? Many people are not aware that there is a difference between drug abuse and drug addiction. Individuals of all ages and genders are affected by different types of substance abuses and addictions. Studies show, however, that these demographic differences may cause abuse and addiction to manifest in…

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Alternative Rehab Therapy: Hypnosis Therapeutics

Professional hypnotherapy sessions have helped so many people by allowing them to explore their minds in a safe therapeutic environment to heal and grow. Some insurance companies even cover hypnotherapy treatment, which makes it even more appealing. Are you currently in rehab therapy, in active recovery, or thinking about getting help with your addiction struggle?…