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Treatment & Detox Guide

Benefits of Private Prescription Drug Treatment

Private prescription drug treatment program

When you are addicted to prescription medications, private drug treatment can be the most beneficial option to assure your greatest chance of making a full recovery. Unlike traditional treatment centers that may be funded by insurance coverage or state policy, private prescription drug treatment programs are privately funded and this allows for ample resources, better….

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Your alcohol recovery and your children

For many parents working to overcome drug and alcohol misuse, the hardest part of recovery can be reclaiming the relationship with their children; learning to parent without using alcohol or drugs can be extremely stressful. Children of all ages suffer when a parent misuses alcohol or drugs. Typically, children experience confusion, fear, worry, sadness, and….

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Eating Disorder

Generally, eating disorders are nothing but self developed wrong attitudes towards the food and themselves. It includes unpleasant and self critical thoughts about the food and the body weight, and the eating habits that interrupt the routine activities and the normal functioning of the body. Eating disorders are generally caused by a combination of social,….

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Drug abuse

Drugs are referred to as “social evil”. Drug abuse tends an individual to take harmful drugs for “non-therapeutic” or “non-medical” reasons. The drugs include cocaine, alcohol, and marijuana just to name a few. People get addicted to the drugs for enhancing their “psychoactive state” as well as for their “performance enhancement”.   Drug abuse greatly affects….

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