Even if symbolic in nature, the arrival of a new year allows us an opportunity for renewal. Old habits are put aside for new, healthier ones as we look to reinvent ourselves as someone a little closer to who we want to be. For those struggling with addiction, this is deeply meaningful. It represents a
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Fentanyl awareness is a necessary aspect of the nation’s essential journey toward recovery. It is evident with every life lost, especially as those affected by fentanyl get younger, that establishing a deeper understanding of this drug and promoting fentanyl awareness saves lives. As a community, we must discuss the extreme dangers of fentanyl use in
Do you know what fentanyl poisoning is? Chances are, you have heard of fentanyl, but you may not know what it is or how often its consumption results in traumatic overdoses or even death. Perhaps, you think fentanyl poisoning only affects heavy drug users living in the throes of active addiction. Maybe you, like many,
Are you considering taking part in Dry January? If so, you’re not alone! This growing trend has taken the world by storm, and for a good reason! Dry January is a great way to kick off the new year and gain plenty of benefits while participating in this alcohol-free challenge. This blog post will explore everything
At GateHouse Treatment, we believe in a holistic approach to tackling addiction therapy that incorporates every aspect of healthy living. As much as beating addictions is a matter of counseling and time, sometimes your best tool against cravings is yourself. The idea behind biofeedback therapy is that you can make your body hyper-aware of your stressors and
Those in recovery can get carried away in the Holidays. Luckily, there are activities that can ensure you have a sober New Year’s Day and start the year right.
Those in recovery can get carried away in the Holidays. Luckily, there are activities that can ensure you have a sober New Year’s day and start the year right.
Despite what many may believe, alcohol poisoning can affect anyone and is not limited to the stereotypical “alcoholic” or first-time teenage partygoer. Alcohol poisoning can happen if you’re out celebrating with friends after a big job win or even having some wine alone at home during an emotionally difficult time. It can occur intentionally or
High-functioning alcoholics suffer from Alcoholic Use Disorder. Though the condition can seem milder, it carries incredible social, professional, and mental costs that are often minimized.
Beating an addiction while facing the pressure of holidays can be challenging, but it is manageable and worth doing. Here are proven ways to ensure the joy of the holiday season curbs the fog of addiction.