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Treatment & Detox Guide

Try These Therapies Before Giving Up Hope in Treatment

Are you in a treatment program and about to give up hope? Has the treatment you’re receiving seemingly lost it’s effectiveness or have you had difficulty recovering from addiction despite your trying many different types of treatment? It’s not uncommon to hit a plateau when you are receiving addiction treatment and to require a change….

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Alcoholics often are experts at hiding it

At one point during her quarter-century as an alcoholic, Carol Colleran would down at least 10 beers each weeknight, more on weekends. Then she would show up the next morning at her job in hospital management, feeling fuzzy and lousy. But she would cheerfully wander the halls greeting people — “It felt a lot better….

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A Look at the Types of Therapy Offered in Drug Treatment Centers

Licensed counselors and therapists work on both an individual and group basis with patients in drug treatment centers. Various types of therapy are offered to help the recovering addiction heal physically, socially, psychologically and emotionally from their addiction and from their past. Although not all types of therapy are effective for every addict and not….

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10 Consequences of Cocaine Abuse

cocaine addiction effects and consequences

About Cocaine According to the Center for Substance Abuse Research, cocaine is a highly addictive and a commonly abused illegal drug. Cocaine is a stimulant, and is currently a Schedule II substance. Stimulant drugs heighten a user’s body’s activity, including increasing their energy, alertness, heart rate, and blood pressure. The most commonly used form of….

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