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Treatment & Detox Guide

Narcotics anonymous

Narcotics anonymous is a 12-step program that is implemented for the early recovery of an individual who is highly prone towards doing substance abuse. It is a community and an association to recover the drug addicts. It is non-profit organization established for those men and women that face drug related problems. The membership in this….

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Is Alcohol Treatment Really Necessary?

alcohol rehab

Alcohol treatment is necessary for those who are dependent on and abusing alcohol. Those who become dependent on alcohol are called alcoholics, and they need to be treated formally in a detox or rehab facility. Why is alcohol treatment necessary? Alcohol Withdrawal First and foremost, alcohol withdrawal can be extremely dangerous. As stated by the….

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Program sets record straight on underage drinking

There’s good news and there’s bad news when it comes to underage drinking in Pee Dee. The good news is that incidents of underage drinking seem to be on the decline. The bad news is that those who do drink are drinking more than ever, according to Circle Park Prevention Services data. “We’ve have some….

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Binge drinking best tackled through personal networks

Addressing personal friendship networks is the best way to tackle the spread of binge drinking in the UK, the Advertising Association has found. It come in the wake of a new ad campaign wave from the Home Office which aims to deal with what is perceived as a growing national menace. The ads contain shocking….

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Virtual world therapeautic for addicts: UH study shows

Patients in therapy to overcome addictions have a new arena to test their coping skills—the virtual world. A new study by University of Houston Associate Professor Patrick Bordnick found that a virtual reality (VR) environment can provide the climate necessary to spark an alcohol craving so that patients can practice how to say “no” in….

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