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Cocaine and Anxiety: Can Cocaine Caus…

It’s no secret that cocaine is a sought-after recreational drug prevalent nationwide. Despite being an illegal stimulant, thousands of Americans st…

What Does Treatment for Heroin Look L…

Heroin, an opioid derived from morphine, has taken countless lives and ensnared many more in the clutches of addiction. Whether it’s stories in the…

Is Drinking Ruining my Relationship?

Love and relationships are the cornerstones of our emotional well-being, providing support, connection, and joy. However, when one partner grapples…

Can You Get Addicted to Marijuana?

With the increasing legalization and decriminalization of marijuana worldwide, its usage has been normalized in many societies. The topic of mariju…

The Link Between Eating Disorders and…

There is a complex relationship between eating disorders and addiction. Both disorders reflect manifestations of underlying psychological, environm…

What are the Alternatives to AA (Alco…

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA), and other 12-step programs can be excellent ways to maintain sobriety. Additionally, participa…

Why Boulder, Colorado is a Haven for …

Boulder, Colorado offers a variety of benefits for those who choose to live there. Some of these benefits include: Natural beauty: Boulder is surro…

Reiki and Addiction Recovery

Reiki is a form of alternative medicine that involves the use of energy healing, and may be helpful in the recovery process from addiction, as it c…

Understanding Marijuana Use Disorder

Marijuana use disorder is a diagnosable condition characterized by a pattern of continued marijuana use despite experiencing significant problems r…

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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