Detoxing at Home

Detoxing at Home: Why It’s So Dangerous Drug and or alcohol addiction are serious diseases and require respect when it comes to treatment. It’s not likely that most people would consider self-treating their diabetes, their Parkinson’s, or even casting their own broken arm. The risk of failure and the risk of adverse consequences when detoxing…

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Addiction Recovery Programs that Actually Work

Recognize addiction as a complex disease and you will begin to recognize those addiction recovery programs that best provide substance abuse treatment and rehabilitation. Understand that treating addiction requires treating the whole person, as does treating any disease. Diabetes for example, has a lower percentage of the population seeking treatment (8.3 percent) than do those…

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Marijuana Detox

What You Need to Know About Marijuana Detox Recovering from marijuana addiction is physically and emotionally challenging. Even individuals who choose to undergo non-medical drug detox quickly come to see the benefits of some type of caring supervision in an inpatient drug rehab facility. Choosing to seek out some type of support for Marijuana Detox…

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10 Reasons Residential Treatment Works for Addiction

Residential Treatment Works! Considering residential treatment for an addiction, whether drug or alcohol-related, is a courageous decision and the first step on the journey of recovery. Private addiction rehab offers many benefits other programs simply cannot, but if still on the proverbial fence about entering residential treatment, check out 10 reasons why it works for addiction:…

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