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Online recovery resources for addiction Online recovery resources for addiction

If you are like millions of other Americans, you have been living your recovery away from the public during COVID-19.  We have mastered the art of zoom! There are other times when you need to “log on” to your recovery, such as when you’re traveling, sick, or living remotely without transportation.  The silver lining is […]

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Detox is the 1st Step in Treatment Detox is the 1st Step in Treatment

Around 400 B.C., Ancient Greek Physician Hippocrates observed alcohol withdrawal in patients, writing  “from drinking he has trembling hands.” Despite recognizing withdrawal symptoms by medical forefathers, historians believe the first medically supervised “detoxification” program, commonly referred to as detox, was opened in New York state in 1864, during the Civil War.  “Detoxification” is a term […]

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Living in Recovery with Co-occurring Disorders Living in Recovery with Co-occurring Disorders

The truth about co-occurring disorders Addiction and other mental health conditions are not separate issues- they are best treated together. There are common myths about co-occurring disorders, often called a dual diagnosis. We'd like to help dispel common myths today. First, what are co-occurring disorders? An individual is considered to have co-occurring disorders if they […]

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Cleansing Your Liver Cleansing Your Liver

Cleansing your liver will help you feel better and live happier. The liver is an organ in the body that filters toxins, regulates blood sugar and cholesterol, aids digestion, and fights infections. For this reason, it is one of the most complex organs in the body, apart from the brain. Alcohol is the main toxin […]

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Depression, Seasonal Affective Disorder and Addiction Depression, Seasonal Affective Disorder and Addiction

Winters can be harsh, especially on our mental health. The good news? There are physiological reasons why the fall and winter months can be challenging, other than the temperature. One reason is Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). SAD is a mood disorder characterized by low energy, depression, problems sleeping, and appetite changes. According to the National […]

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