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8 Spring Health Hacks to Revitalize Your Well-Being

8 Spring Health Hacks to Revitalize Your Well-BeingThe days are getting brighter, and we’re dreaming of warm days and long hours of sun to soak in all that vitamin D. Now is a great time to start focusing on your physical, emotional and mental well-being. If you’re looking for tips to take care of yourself this season, there are plenty of ways to nurture yourself to feel rejuvenated for whatever activities you have planned. From wearing jewelry that gets you in the mood to move your... ❯❯❯

The Impact of Childhood Bullying on Substance Abuse and Recovery

Childhood is mainly depicted as a time of carefree joy, but for many, bullying has made it a period of pain and fear.  Not only does this early trauma stay with the individual into adulthood, but it often manifests as drug and alcohol addiction.  So, how does childhood bullying affect the brain? What is the impact of childhood bullying on substance abuse and recovery? Let’s delve into these questions to expose this crucial issue. ... ❯❯❯

Exploring Dialectical Behavior Therapy in Addiction Treatment

Addiction is an extremely complex disease that affects millions of people. While there are numerous types of treatment modules out there, dialectical behavior therapy, also known as DBT, is one treatment approach that has garnered a great deal of attention in the past few years. DBT is a cognitive-behavioral therapy that focuses on the practical application of change in a person's behavior and thoughts. Through DBT, a patient can learn... ❯❯❯

Understanding Codependency in Relationships and Recovery

If you are struggling with addiction and problems in your relationship, you might need help recognizing codependency in your relationship and becoming less codependent on your partner or family member. What is Codependency? Codependency is any situation where you have too much psychological or emotional dependence on a family member or partner. There is a strong risk of codependency in relationships and recovery, particularly where... ❯❯❯

Supporting College Students in Recovery

The Department of Education has monitored drug use among college students and found that nearly half of college students have a substance abuse disorder. Among college-aged students were the highest rates of illegal drug use, especially amphetamines and hallucinogens.  Thankfully, you can find drug recovery for college students specifically centered on treatment involving college-aged students, focused on the issues and causes of SUDs... ❯❯❯

What exactly happens in drug rehab? A day in the life…

Drugs affect so many people’s lives up and down the country. In the UK, it’s believed that one in five people aged between 16 and 24 use drugs, while the cost of living crisis and opioid epidemic across the world is only furthering that at present. Help is undoubtedly needed for those that are suffering, yet not enough people are reaching out to get that support. Drug rehab is a must for those struggling, with a 12-week programme... ❯❯❯

The Impact of Kidney Health on Everyday Life

Introduction In the intricate workings of our body, our kidneys stand out as essential guardians of our well-being. They're like critical planners, carefully arranging things to maintain our well-being. Picture them as skilled conductors leading an orchestra, ensuring everything stays in harmony for our entire system. As we dig deeper, we'll explore how these remarkable organs directly affect our everyday lives. It's not just about... ❯❯❯

Tips for Creating a Supportive Community in Recovery

As one travels through the complex process of overcoming addiction, one solid factor always shines like a beacon of hope and resilience – a supportive community in recovery.  This community can be likened to a life-saving ship offering understanding, encouragement, and vital companionship during those challenging moments. Keep reading for more on the importance of peer support in recovery and how to find and build a strong network... ❯❯❯

Creating a Wellness Toolbox

Millions of individuals struggle with mental health disorders each year. Creating a wellness toolbox is a simple yet highly effective way to combat symptoms of your mental illness. A wellness toolbox is a list of activities you can rely on when you start feeling unwell. Keep reading to learn more about how you can create your own wellness toolbox below. Arista Recovery is a leading addiction recovery center in the Midwest that’s... ❯❯❯

Schema Therapy: Addressing Deep-Seated Emotional Patterns in Addiction Recovery

Addiction is an intricate and multifaceted condition, often arising from deep emotional patterns and core beliefs. Schema Therapy is gaining popularity in addiction rehab as a therapeutic recovery approach. It helps people identify and transform unhealthy patterns, leading to emotional healing and successful recovery. Discover how this innovative form of psychotherapy can make a real difference in overcoming addiction! Keep reading... ❯❯❯