alcohol rehab

Benefits of Long-Term Alcohol Rehab

Benefits of Long-Term Alcohol Rehab

Long-term alcohol rehab can seem frightening at first. Being away from family, a job, and your home for a long period of time is a commitment. The benefits of long-term alcohol rehab strongly outweigh the negative fears associated with long-term rehab. What makes...

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Alcoholism And It’s Effects On Single Mothers

Alcoholism And It’s Effects On Single Mothers

How Does Alcoholism Effect Single Mothers When most people think about parents struggling with alcohol addiction, it’s common for people to undermine the struggles of a single mother with alcohol addiction.  But believe it or not, alcohol addiction for...

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Withdrawal Symptoms of Alcohol Abuse

Withdrawal Symptoms of Alcohol Abuse

Do you have a loved one who is struggling with an alcohol addiction? Are they ready to turn to turn their life around? If so, it’s time to start thinking about finding a safe alternative to help them overcome withdrawal symptoms of alcohol abuse. Despite what most...

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What to Expect When Your Adult Child Goes to Rehab

What to Expect When Your Adult Child Goes to Rehab

No matter the age of your child, they are still your child. From before you held them in your arms until the present day, I’m sure you never once thought " I wonder what will happen when I beg my son or daughter to go to rehab?" Unfortunately, some parents will have...

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Addiction is not a Moral Deficiency

Addiction is not a Moral Deficiency

“Any fool can know. The point is to understand.” “A clever person solves a problem. A wise person avoids it.” ― Albert Einstein It's very easy to say alcoholism and drug addiction is a disease not a moral issue if you have personal experience battling with it. It's...

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Recovery and Therapy: What’s the Difference?

Recovery and Therapy: What’s the Difference?

“What lies behind us and what lies before us, are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson I spent the better part of 15 years not getting sober but "trying." Being a troubled child raised in a broken home, I also entered therapy as a child...

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Am I An Alcoholic?

Am I An Alcoholic?

GateHouse Alcohol Treatment Many imagine an alcoholic as the raggedy homeless man under the bridge walking around with a brown bag in hand. They ask themselves, “am I an alcoholic?” “Do I need alcohol treatment?” This stereotype also misleads many people to believe...

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Biofeedback: Training the Brain for Sobriety

Biofeedback: Training the Brain for Sobriety

  BIOFEEDBACK: TRAINING THE BRAIN FOR SOBRIETY Imagine if you could train your brain in drug and alcohol rehab — strengthening positive habits and minimizing destructive patterns — by playing a video game. It sounds like science fiction, but that is the (vastly...

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Everything You Need to Know About Drug Withdrawal

Everything You Need to Know About Drug Withdrawal

At GateHouse Treatment, drug and alcohol rehab, we know that some substances make the body dependent on them. The body, due to continued use of these substances, finds a new homeostasis or “normal.” With these substances it can be much harder to get clean, that’s...

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