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Category: Co-Occurring Disorders and Mental Health

How to Break the Cycle of Addiction

Sep 20, 2019
According to the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM), addiction is defined as a “primary, chronic disease of brain reward, motivation, memory, and related circuitry.” As a person becomes addicted...

Are You Substituting Your Addiction in Recovery?

Sep 17, 2019
During addiction, dopamine levels increase during drug use, creating dependency on that drug. Once people have entered sobriety, they may turn to substitutes. For instance, many recovering addicts may turn...

How to Prevent a Relapse

Sep 9, 2019
One of the hardest things to do in your recovery is preventing a drug-related relapse. For instance, there are triggers that give you cravings or entice you to use drugs...

How to Enjoy Life Being Sober

Sep 9, 2019
Recovering from addiction isn’t easy. When you’re off drugs, you may feel lost and not sure what to do. Boredom and restlessness increases, which can lead to relapses, spiraling down...

September is Suicide Prevention Month

Aug 31, 2019
Did you know that September is Suicide Prevention Month? With all of the great causes out there, this one sometimes gets overlooked, but we need to all do what we...

How to Manage Depression without Turning to Drugs or Alcohol

Aug 4, 2019
Mental health disorders and substance abuse often go hand in hand, but many people don’t realize just how closely related these conditions are. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association...
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