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  • Should I Avoid Rehab During the Coronavirus Pandemic? - The rising concerns over COVID-19 have all of us wondering what is safe and what isn’t.  Social distancing is an unprecedented precaution taking place in our nation today. We’re told to avoid crowds and stay home if possible. These guidelines challenge our sense of togetherness and normalcy.  Many of us will miss dining out with friends, attending sports events, concerts, gyms, bars, and the zillion other crowded venues we love. We also wonder about the safety of necessary gatherings such as doctor visits, shopping for… Continue Reading
  • Should I ask My Doctor to Prescribe Ambien for Insomnia? - We have all been there. Sleepless nights spent tossing and turning and trying our best to go to sleep. Worry can cause insomnia, but sometimes we just simply cannot sleep for no apparent reason. But, do we just continue not to sleep well at night or do we ask our doctor to prescribe something for us? What about Ambien for insomnia? What is Ambien? Ambien (Zolpidem is the generic name) is known as a sedative-hypnotic. It works by slowing down the neurotransmitter, GABA. This slows… Continue Reading
  • Surviving a Drug Overdose: Is There a Downside? - We’ve always heard that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.  In some cases, that adage holds true. For instance, when a person goes through a relationship breakup, they learn from the experience and move on.  Likewise, a close call with a health issue will make us reevaluate our diet and lifestyle choices. But, what can be learned by surviving a drug overdose?    In the United States today, overdoses are the leading cause of preventable deaths.  Opioids cause about 69% of these fatal overdoses.… Continue Reading
  • Hospice Drug Diversion: What You Should Know - Most of the addiction crisis in the nation today has to do with prescription drugs such as painkillers.  For instance, more than 21.0 million people over the age of 12 need substance use treatment, according to SAMHSA.  With the easy availability of prescription drugs comes a health crisis of unprecedented proportions today.  Amid this issue is the problem of hospice drug diversion. Today’s opioid epidemic has prompted a variety of prevention techniques that could save lives. Across the US, advocates work tirelessly to educate the… Continue Reading
  • What are the Roles of Diet and Exercise in Addiction Recovery - Diet and exercise in addiction recovery play essential roles. When a person is recovering from alcohol or drug addiction, they must adopt healthy habits to help them on this path. Chances are that while individuals are abusing drugs or alcohol they neglect eating healthy foods and never exercise at all. Most likely the only exercise they receive is going to meet someone to obtain drugs or to use drugs. A healthy diet is always at the bottom of their lists.  Why do We Need Diet… Continue Reading
  • A New Year and a New You: Saying Goodbye to Addiction - Did you spend Christmas Eve alone and depressed, drinking away your sorrow?  Is it looking like New Year’s Eve will be more of the same? The good news is you don’t have to spend next Christmas the same way.  Today is a perfect day to start your journey away from addiction and misery. Of course, saying goodbye to addiction won’t be easy.  You’ll need a lot of determination and a strong support team to help you through the tough times.  And, you'll need the right… Continue Reading
  • Spending the Holidays with Depression and Substance Abuse - The holidays can bring on a time of depression for some individuals. Many people have lost loved ones and feel very lonely during this time of year. Or, they might be estranged from their families. For whatever reason, if you are feeling depressed this holiday season, remember that depression and substance abuse are not a good combination. Trying to get rid of your loneliness or depression with substances of abuse will not help. Depression and Alcohol Abuse Self-medicating depression with alcohol (or any other substance)… Continue Reading
  • Signs That a Co-Worker is Abusing Substances - Substance abuse impacts every facet of a person’s life, including their job and co-workers. Other than lost productivity, when a co-worker is abusing substances, it puts each employee at risk of injury. When a person is under the influence of drugs or alcohol, accidents can happen whether in a production area, a warehouse, or in the office sitting at a desk. Symptoms That a Co-Worker is Abusing Substances There are symptoms and signs that you will notice if a co-worker is abusing substances. Chances are… Continue Reading
  • Should I Take Prescription Sleeping Pills for Insomnia? - Taking prescription sleeping pills for insomnia has become very controversial in our society today. Sleeping pills should only be taken on a short-term basis. They can be highly addictive and have dangerous side effects. Individuals who take sleeping pills for a prolonged period can very easily become dependent on them. They may not be able to fall asleep or stay asleep without them, even when they are taken as prescribed. Most sleeping pills are classified as "sedative hypnotics." Prescription Sleeping Pills for Insomnia May Not be… Continue Reading
  • Anxiety – Are You Self-Medicating with Alcohol? - Self-medicating with alcohol is never a good idea, whether it is anxiety or any other issue you may have. In the long run, it will only lead to more problems and even addiction. If you have anxiety attacks or get anxious in certain situations, you should see a physician or counselor about your condition. According to the Huffington Post, " Many people who suffer with undiagnosed depression or anxiety reach for alcohol or drugs to calm their nerves or relieve them of emotional pain. In other… Continue Reading

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