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Treatment & Detox Guide

Dual Diagnosis

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Dual Diagnosis is a condition wherein a person has mental disorder as well as an alcohol problem. This is a condition that occurs very often, particularly with depression, personality disorders, anxiety disorders, Schizophrenia. Many times, the onset of Dual Diagnosis begins with the mental problems and to cope up with it, people use drugs or….

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Inpatient Addiction Treatment Offers New Hope to Struggling Addicts

Inpatient Addiction Treatment Program

Those suffering from addiction to drugs or alcohol have often failed the recovery process on more than one occasion before they land in an inpatient addiction treatment center. In fact, many have even failed treatment at an inpatient program multiple times before the treatment actually works for them and recovery is found. Inpatient addiction treatment….

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5 Tips for Success in Alcohol Addiction Treatment

alcoholism treatment

Compared to other types of addiction rehab, alcohol addiction treatment carries a 50 to 60 percent success rate, according to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. People who enter alcohol addiction treatment and follow the program greatly increase their likelihood of a successful recovery. Truth be told, recovering from an alcohol addiction is no….

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Teen Drinking Tied to Bad Choices as Adult

Study Shows Alcohol Abuse as Teenager Could Affect Future Decision-Making Abuse alcohol when you’re young and you’ll make unwise decisions later on in life, a new study suggests. It is well known that too much alcohol can slow down a person’s ability to think, react, and make decisions at the current moment. But scientists from….

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Abilene universities discourage drinking

An Associated Press analysis of federal records found that 157 college-age people, 18 to 23, drank themselves to death from 1999 through 2005, the most recent year for which figures are available. Over the seven-year span, 83 of the college-age victims were under the drinking age of 21. A separate AP analysis of hundreds of….

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