Drug Rehab Center and Drug Rehab Program

April 21, 2008

When you have been addicted to drugs for a long time, the sky can seem gray and dismal. Colors seem to lose their shine, light seems too bright or not bright enough. Simply put, nothing seems right.

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Rehab Programs are for Quitters

April 10, 2008

People usually think that quitting things means taking the easy way out. It’s viewed as a sign of weakness in our society. Of course, this is not the case with quitting drug and alcohol abuse.

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Helping Others in a Drug Rehab Program

April 7, 2008

One great way to get the most out of an addiction treatment program is to help other people while you’re there. This can take many forms, from lending an ear and offering support when they need to talk to someone, to helping them tidy up their room.

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Rehab Programs Create Momentum for Change

April 1, 2008

One of the key elements of drug and alcohol recovery is creating momentum. It’s difficult to start running from a standstill. It’s even harder to overcome an addiction on your own without professional help.

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Making the Commitment to Success in Rehab

March 29, 2008

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Commitment is a big part of being successful in drug and alcohol rehab. It is necessary to put forth the required effort day after day, even when you don’t feel like it.

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About Treatment Facilities

March 22, 2008

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Our treatment facilities offer the most attentive care. We tailor a substance abuse recovery program to each addict. No matter what their needs, we have a method of treatment. You can rely on our experience. We know that you are suffering, and we want to help. Our history of success treating drug abuse has given us a knowledge base that we are proud of. We approach care from a long term standpoint. Addiction was not an immediate reaction to drug abuse. It took time to develop. We don’t expect addiction recovery to be a reaction to joining our drug abuse treatment program. That will take time to develop as well. Read more

Addiction Recovery and Spousal Support

March 21, 2008

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Relationships with family and friends play an important role in an individual’s path to addiction recovery. Receiving support from loved ones is one indicator of whether the addict will be able to maintain long-term success. Many rehab facilities realize this and offer family counseling sessions to work through issues while the individual is in an addiction treatment program. Read more

Addiction Recovery is a Science

March 20, 2008

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Addiction recovery is a science. It is based in years of experience helping those in need of drug or alcohol rehabilitation. No one ever hopes for another person to struggle with addiction. You can thankful, however, for those that suffered before you. They have laid the foundation that makes drug treatment program successful for so many like you today. We know that you are unique. That no addict before you, or any that will come after you, are exactly like you. But their experiences, both in use and in recovery, can help you find drug rehabilitation. Read more

Ecstasy Facts

March 19, 2008

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Ecstasy is a drug that is associated with strong emotional feelings of well-being and warmth. It is one of the drugs that people refer to as club drugs, because they are often used at all-night raves, in clubs, bars, at concerts, and at dance parties. Ecstasy is a dangerous drug on its own, but even more so when it is taken along with alcohol or other drugs. Ecstasy is usually taken in a pill form, but it’s sometimes crushed so that the user can inject or snort it. The effects of the drug usually last up to six hours, though unpleasant side effects can occur for much longer. Read more

Is Addiction Genetic?

March 14, 2008

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Alcoholism and drug addiction appear to run in families, but is it really a genetic disease? According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, “addiction has a moderate to high heritable component.” This helps to explain why some people can abuse certain substances and quit relatively easily, while others go through addiction treatment programs multiple times and still relapse. Some people become addicted the first time they try a drug, but other people can be casual users. Read more

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