November 9, 2011 in drug rehab
While children are a reason for women to seek help from an addiction treatment center, they often do not stay sober and will continue to relapse. Women find that they must recover for themselves in order to keep their sobriety. Replacing their habits of drug, alcohol, or another substance abuse addiction with work, college, more exercise, or some service in their community actually helps them out more.… Read the rest
November 2, 2011 in Finance
Getting help for substance abuse is not cheap. It is a very critical life event one undertakes and is consequently very costly. Insurance companies may help a family in need, but it seems more and more that this is not the case. It is important to examine all aspects of a drug rehab facility when deciding where to send a person in need. … Read the rest
October 30, 2011 in drug rehab
Dictionary.com refers to the word quit this way:
1. to stop, cease, or discontinue: She quit what she was doing to help paint the house.
2. to depart from; leave (a place or person): They quit the city for the seashore every summer.
3. to give up or resign; let go; relinquish: He quit his claim to the throne. She quit her job.… Read the rest
October 20, 2011 in drug rehab
Yoga is the ancient exercise regime that has come back into fashion. It is now one of the most popular ways to work out. There are entire yoga studios and there are more cropping up every day. Yoga is not just about exercise, it’s also about calming the mind and getting in touch with the person that you are. That is why is has become a popular tool in addiction treatment.… Read the rest
October 13, 2011 in Uncategorized
Typically termed as a gateway drug into other more serious drugs, such as heroin, cocaine, PCP, LCD, and others, psilocybin mushrooms are used for its effects as a hallucinogen. Drug rehab centers often provide information about this kind of drug as a result of its reputation. Among these effects is a changed perception in reality (otherwise known as tripping), relaxation, distortions in what the person is seeing, and a detachment from their physical body. … Read the rest
October 10, 2011 in drug rehab
A new study that was sponsored by NIDA, the National Institute on Drug Abuse, found that even unconscious images of drugs can trigger cravings in some individuals. This might turn out to be a groundbreaking discovery for drug rehab facility.
Patients that were addicted to drugs, such as cocaine, were shown an image of cocaine or the like for 33 milliseconds.… Read the rest
October 3, 2011 in Uncategorized
There is an epidemic in this country with methamphetamine. This drug is so very addicting that many times one use is all that it takes to get hooked. It is almost impossible to quit without help. Drug rehab is the only viable solution for those that have fallen victim to this ruthless stimulant.
The reason that meth is so addictive is because it makes the brain produce a very large amount of dopamine.… Read the rest
September 30, 2011 in Uncategorized
When choosing a drug rehab facility, there are many aspects to consider. Just as every child is unique, every drug rehab facility has its own rules and regulations that may or may not make it a good fit for whoever may be seeking assistance.
The first thing to consider is whether or not you want to enroll your friend or loved one into a long term drug rehab or a short term facility.… Read the rest
September 23, 2011 in Uncategorized
Drug Rehab addresses the two-fold nature of drug addiction. The two-fold nature is physical dependency and psychological dependency.
Physical Dependency: This involves a detox process to cope with withdrawal symptoms from regular use of the drug. With regular use of drugs, the brain gradually adapts to the presence of the drug and then overtime will require more of the drug for the desired effect.… Read the rest
September 13, 2011 in drug rehab
If there is someone in your life who has an addiction, it can be a difficult decision to decide where they should get help. An addiction treatment center can be a costly drain on an addict’s family. According to the National Substance Abuse Treatment Services Survey, drug rehabilitation can cost around $7,000 a month.
And since addicts who stay in treatment longer have better success in staying sober, rehab can easily cost upwards of $10,000 to even $40,000, depending on the type of program and where it is located.… Read the rest