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Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention Techniques

Effective treatment at a successful rehab facility tends to stem from a schedule of various therapies, programs, and services. Clients participate in a full schedule, which keeps them focused on their recovery. However, once they leave the facility, maintaining the same level of focus can be difficult. In order to keep achieving the progress made…

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Types of Addiction

Typically, when the general public thinks about addiction, they tend to think of it as one, all-encompassing issue. Many people don’t realize that there are different types of addiction, and that addiction isn’t limited to just harmful substances. When it comes to different types of drug addiction, various addiction treatment programs are necessary to achieve…

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Preparing for Oxycodone Withdrawal Symptoms

Frequently, when an individual is struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, they need detox to begin treatment. Without detox, they place themselves at risk for relapse either during or immediately after treatment. To best prepare for this first step towards recovery, it is ideal to have an understanding of the withdrawal symptoms that…

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OxyContin Side Effects

Before the opioid crisis hit the United States, prescription opioids were commonly prescribed to treat anything from chronic pain to post-surgery pain relief. However, as these substances grew in popularity, they also led to increases in dependence and addiction. Many people received OxyContin, and thus struggled to manage Oxycontin side effects they experienced. What Is…

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Types of Co-Occurring Disorders

When an individual struggles with substance addiction, they frequently also have a mental health disorder. It is not uncommon for addiction to develop alongside another condition. When addiction and mental health disorders appear together, they are called co-occurring disorders. There are several types of co-occurring disorders, and it is important to find a qualified dual…

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