Monthly Archives: November 2014

When Substance Abuse Turns Into Long-Term Addiction

An individual who is suffering from long-term drug addiction problems often has little semblance of a normal life.  They often suffer from poor physical, mental and emotional health, have few, if any, true and friendly relationships with others, are disconnected from family members and wallow in self-pity and despair.  In fact, many individuals who suffer
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What Changes Should Be Made During Addiction Treatment

Drug abuse and addiction are complex problems that can only be resolved with thorough rehabilitation treatment that aids the individual in addressing and resolving all of the causes and effects of drug use.  At some point in the individual’s life, he encountered some difficult life event that he either didn’t want to deal with or
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What Does a Biophysical Substance Abuse Program Do

One of the common misconceptions about substance abuse and addiction is that an individual can simply abstain from drug use for a period of time, perhaps receive some counseling therapy, and be successfully restored to a healthy, happy and productive future. The truth is that full and lasting recovery from substance abuse and addiction problems
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Substance Abuse and Money Problems Often Go Hand-in-Hand

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s National Survey on Drug Use and Health, over twenty-three million Americans suffer from substance abuse problems and need rehabilitation treatment. Unfortunately, few of these individuals receive the treatment they need, and even fewer individuals actually understand what drugs are and how they affect the body.
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