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Risks of Storing Drugs in the Home

The risks that a parent assumes for his or her child when storing drugs in the home are significant – no matter what form those drugs take. These risks cover a range of possibilities, including: Risk of an accidental child overdose Increased risk of other accident Harm due to neglect Risks related to exposure...

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Six Tips to Increase the Efficacy of Drug Rehab

Treatment is often a long process and it takes dedication on your part – even when the going gets rough, personal issues arise, or you can think of 100 reasons why having just one drink or getting high just once won’t harm anything. In order to stay focused and progress more quickly in treatment,...

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Develop a Plan for a Successful Recovery in 2012

It’s a new year, and this means a new beginning for every part of your life including your recovery from addiction. Whether you are a seasoned veteran of recovery or new to staying sober, developing a plan for yourself that’s based on where you are in your recovery will help you to avoid relapse...

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Tips for Drug Addiction Treatment Success

Drug addiction treatment success does not come easy. Yes, admitting that you need treatment and taking the steps to get that help by enrolling in a drug rehab are huge steps in the process, but staying every day and working through the stuff that comes up is the hard part. Here are a few...

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Maine May Shut Down All Inpatient Drug Rehabs

Maine is having a serious budget crunch and it looks like state officials are thinking about cutting one of the most essential health services they have: inpatient substance abuse treatment programs. Forget that Maine has a drug and alcohol addiction rate that is eight times the national average; in a move that is typical...

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Gaining Perspective: Fighting Irrational Thoughts in Addiction Recovery

A couple days ago, we discussed the problematic nature of overcoming irrational thoughts to overcoming addiction. By believing the negative thoughts that often characterize low self-esteem, the alcoholic or addict can successfully blot out the feelings of pain associated with the negative effects of continued alcoholism by rationalizing that things would be worse without...

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Overcoming Irrational Thoughts to Overcome Alcoholism

Irrational thoughts are often fears that stop those living with alcohol addiction from getting help. Each of these thoughts is pro-addiction and anti-treatment, isolating the alcoholic from the medical detox and addiction assistance necessary to stop drinking. Most of these fears and irrational thoughts revolve around failure or the threat of failure: “If I...

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Top 10 Benefits of 12-Step Treatment

If you’re considering 12-step treatment after – or before – drug rehab but have been avoiding going to a meeting because you’re thinking it might be a waste of time, consider this: those who attend and continue to attend 12-step meetings like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) in addition to drug and...

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Heroin Addiction FAQ

Heroin addiction is deadly – there’s no question. But family members and friends of heroin addicts often have a number of basic questions about heroin, heroin addiction and heroin addiction treatment as they search for ways to help their loved one. Here are the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about...

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3 Types of Prescription Drug Addiction to Watch Out For

There are three different classifications of prescription drugs that are highly addictive, even when you have a prescription for a legitimate reason from your doctor: stimulant addiction, opiate painkiller addiction and benzodiazepine (benzo) addiction. Each of these drug classifications has different effects but non-medical use of any of them has one result in common:...

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Drug Overdose FAQ

One of the biggest dangers of abuse and addiction of drugs including heroin, marijuana, cocaine addiction, crystal meth, and prescription painkillers is a drug overdose. Even those who have been living with drug addiction for years are at risk for overdose. Mixing drugs and alcohol, taking too much of a street drug with unknown...

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How To Recognize Drug Addiction

It’s easy enough to tell when a character on TV is struggling with drug addiction but when addiction strikes you or someone you love, it can be difficult to clearly identify what is happening. How do you know whether or not what you or your loved one is dealing with is actually drug and/...

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