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Mindfulness and Addiction: 6 Exercise…

Mindfulness and Addiction Recovery There is increasing evidence that mindfulness and addiction recovery go hand in hand. Mindfulness, or the practi…

Mindful Eating to Support Addiction R…

What is Mindful Eating and how can it help support addiction recovery? Mindfulness is the practice of listening to your body and mind, finding peac…

The Importance of Exercise in Early A…

Regular exercise is an essential part of holistic recovery from addiction. Not only does exercise support physical health in countless ways, it als…

How Meditation Helps Addiction Recovery

Mindfulness Training in Recovery Ten years ago, I never imagined that I’d ever be touting mindfulness meditation as a key component of treatment fo…

Why are Healthy Boundaries so Importa…

Learning to set and maintain healthy boundaries is a common part of early addiction recovery, and a key in maintaining a healthy, thriving long-ter…

How Mindfulness and Meditation Help w…

Mindfulness is a tool for daily living that is rooted in Buddhist Meditation that has been scientifically proven to help lessen a wide array of men…

Can Yoga Help with Overcoming Addiction?

As the addiction treatment world continues to evolve, it has become increasingly clear that treating substance use disorders is most effective when…

What is the Difference Between CBD an…

In Colorado, marijuana has been legal for both medical and recreational purposes for quite some time. And while there is no shortage of dispensarie…

6 Ways to Enjoy a Sober Spring in Bou…

You know what they say, “It’s a beautiful day to be sober!” This couldn’t apply more to springtime in Boulder Colorado, right at the foothills of t…

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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