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6 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Group Therapy In Drug Rehab Treatment

How Effective Is Group Therapy in Drug Addiction Rehab Treatment If you’re like most people thinking about enrolling in drug rehab, you’re probably worried about attending group therapy sessions. While some people do well in social settings, other people tend to be standoffish. One of the reasons why some people in drug treatment tend to

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Cocaine Addiction Cardiovascular Disease Heart Problems 101

If you or your loved one is struggling with cocaine addiction, it’s time to have a heart to heart. In recent studies, cocaine abuse has played a devasting role in cardiovascular heart problems. According to the American Heart Association, ” cocaine is the perfect heart attack drug.”  Furthermore, they also state that ” In 2011,

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How Do I Know If I Need Drug Rehab?

How Do I Know If Drug Rehab Is For Me? Answer these 5 Questions to see if you need to check into a drug rehabilitation center Considering drug rehab? Not sure if drug rehabilitation is the best treatment for you? If so, you’re not alone. In fact, according to the National Survey on Drug Use

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Enable Addiction Vs Help: What’s The Difference?

Have you ever wanted to help your loved one but you weren’t sure how to do it? It’s tough. While no one wants to see their loved one suffer, it kills you to know that you’re encouraging their addiction. And the worst part is, the more they ask for help, the more you’re enabling them.

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The One Brain Cell that Makes or Breaks Your Habits

Some habits are good habits, while other habits are not. Habits play an important role in freeing up space for our brain to remember more important things, especially in drug addiction recovery. Scientists from Duke University have pinpointed a single neuron deep inside the brain that serves as the master controller of all our habits.

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Treatment Versus Incarceration

GateHouse Treatment provides a comprehensive, intensive outpatient program for many NH residents with the goal of helping our participants become product members of society through drug addiction treatment. We work with individuals from all walks of life and contribute to improving their lives and well-being. Our programs are designed on the individual level and can

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How to Tell Loved Ones You Need Help

When you’re suffering from alcohol or drug abuse, coming to terms with your own addiction can be a hardship you never expected to face. The shame, responsibility, and sadness that comes with this realization can be a lot to bear, not to mention finding the courage to tell your family and friends about your struggles

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