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What is Adderall Crash?

An Adderall crash refers to a period of withdrawal that happens when the drug’s effects begin to wear off. This is a highly potent stimulant medica…

Adderall and Sleep: Effects, Issues a…

ADHD is a condition that affects the lives of many people daily. Many of these people are prescribed Adderall and sleep becomes a problem. When thi…

Dual Diagnosis: Signs and Treatment

Dual diagnosis is something that many people struggling with substance abuse face. Understanding this and how to effectively treat the condition is…

Intuitive Eating for Addiction Recovery

Intuitive eating is a powerful way to bring mindfulness into your wellness journey, and can help those in recovery from addiction and mental health…

Polydrug Use: Signs, Dangers, and Tre…

Polydrug use is becoming increasingly popular among individuals struggling with substance use disorders. The dangers associated with it are often u…

What is a High Functioning Alcoholic?

A common term that can be heard surrounding those struggling with alcohol is “high functioning alcoholic”. However, what does this mean? Is it less…

Codependency and Substance Abuse

The detrimental effects of codependency and substance abuse can lead to further devastation in the lives of both parties. Codependency can lead to …

Differences and Similarities Between …

Regardless of the similarities and differences between a slip and a relapse, someone who struggles with addiction should avoid both at all costs. T…

Using the Enneagram for Growth in Rec…

What is the Enneagram? The Enneagram is a dynamic personality typing system that offers profound insights into human behavior, motivations, and int…

Substance Abuse Treatment For Addiction

If you or a loved one’s prescription drug use meet at least two of these criteria in the past 12 months, then you may be suffering from a substance use disorder requiring treatment at a local drug rehab center.

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