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Ridgeland, Mississippi Treatment Centers

A Bridge to Recovery 361 Towne Center Boulevard
Suite 1300
Ridgeland, MS 39157
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Middle classes vulnerable to binge drinking

Alcohol is being used as a tool to mask the inner demons of the middle classes, the chief executive of a new body to tackle substance abuse claimed last night. Binge drinking – commonly perceived as a problem associated with rowdy town and city centres – is equally evident in homes across Wales, according to….

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Surviving Meth Addiction

Meth Addiction Treatment

Methamphetamine is a dangerous drug that comes with significant risk of addiction which is very difficult to treat. The symptoms of withdrawal can become so severe that many users find themselves back in the habit of using just to avoid the discomfort, sleepless nights and debilitating urges that come with not using. Psychologically, methamphetamine can….

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The Disease Model of Addiction

The The Disease Model of Addiction

If I went to my doctor with a set of symptoms, no one would question the fact that I was sick. No one would impose a moral judgment on me for having those symptoms, and I wouldn’t be viewed as a law breaker for being ill. But many people reject the idea of addiction as….

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Understanding the Disease Model of Addiction

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The disease model of addiction expresses that addiction is a brain disease. A brain disease which only gets worse as it progresses through various stages. The disease of addiction has no cure, but it can be treated. The answer to treatment is medical intervention (using medication-assisted treatment), abstinence (completely staying away from drugs) and sustained….

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