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Effective Drug Addiction Treatment Methods - addiction and life sign - willingway
There are many accredited facilities that offer effective drug addiction treatment methods. Some of these methods include onsite detox or, at least, a nearby detox facility. This is the first stage of treatment, ridding the body entirely of all substances. In order for effective drug addiction treatment methods to be successful, there has to be...
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types of addiction - word addiction on wall - willingway
There are many types of addiction that can affect people from all walks of life. Addiction can overtake any individual’s life, regardless of socioeconomic status, gender, age, or other factors. There are some people who are more at risk than others, but as a whole, addiction does not discriminate. One of the types of addiction...
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setting unrealistic goals in addiction recovery - goals list - willingway
When someone decides to get clean and sober, it may at first be painful and scary. After the initial period of detox, you begin to feel better physically and emotionally. This is the time that the “pink cloud” sets in. You feel great, are proud of your sobriety, and feel as though you can accomplish...
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Low Cost Rehabs and Luxury Rehabs - treatment - willingway
Addiction is at an all time high across the nation. Checking in to a drug treatment center is the first step toward long term recovery. The financial cost of continuing an addiction almost always outweighs the cost of rehab, yet, most people worry about the cost of a drug treatment center. If you are considering...
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Is there a Correlation between Income and Drug and Alcohol Abuse - rich man poor man - willingway
Addiction can affect anyone, regardless of socioeconomic standing. Yet, studies show that there is a direct prevalence between alcohol and drug abuse in relation to lower, middle, and upper class. The figures of those that have used illicit drugs, regardless of class, are staggering. According to the 2011 National Survey on Drug Use and Health,...
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Vivitrol during detoxification - medicine vial - willingway
Vivitrol is one of the newest medications available to treat alcohol and opioid dependence. The main ingredient in Vivitrol is Naltrexone, which belongs to a class of drugs known as opiate antagonists. It should be used in conjunction with a complete program of recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. This medication is used once a...
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dangers of drug mixing - alcohol and pills - willingway
Opiate drugs are most commonly used for their pain relieving effects. The main chemical in opiate drugs comes from the poppy plant. The opium poppy seed plant contains over fifty different organic compounds that are used in medications to produce pain relief. There are different categories of opiate drugs: natural opiates, synthetic opiates, and semisynthetic...
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abstinence vs. harm reduction - no alcohol - willingway
The main strategy in the philosophy of harm reduction is almost the opposite of abstinence. It does not look as to the “why” of the behavior, nor does it give a program for living that is better than engaging in the addictive behavior. It accepts that the alcohol and drug abuse is a reality of...
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addiction treatment vs. prison - hands jail cell bars - willingway
The increase of people in jail has exploded right along with the drug epidemic in our country. The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD), along with many other institutions, states most inmates are in prison because of substance abuse. According to NCADD, approximately 60% of individuals arrested test positive for illegal substances at...
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