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Inpatient vs. Outpatient Treatment

When you enter a treatment center for addiction, you may have two main options: inpatient vs outpatient treatment. Both levels of treatment offer the same types of therapy and care. However, the main difference between each is how much supervision you need as you recover from your addiction.   If you choose inpatient treatment, you will…

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Alcohol and Depression

Alcohol abuse and alcoholism can also cause serious medical and mental health problems, which can shorten your life expectancy and diminish your overall quality of life. Because alcoholism leads to significant neurotransmitter imbalances, alcohol and depression oftentimes co-occur. Each year, alcoholism and alcohol abuse impact 15 million Americans ages 18 and older. Although alcohol is…

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Stress Management Techniques

Since addiction is a chronic disease, there is not a cure. However, treatment can help you fully recover. Substance abuse treatment utilizes evidence-based treatments, like stress management techniques, and holistic therapies, like meditation, to provide you with the support, guidance, and understanding you need to recover. If you are battling alcoholism, addiction, or a substance…

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What is Dual Diagnosis?

Mental health disorders, which can impact your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, can increase your chances of developing an addiction. Especially if you don’t receive treatment for your symptoms. That means that having a dual diagnosis is possible and can complicate your recovery process. But what is dual diagnosis? Substance abuse disorders, addictions, and alcoholism impact…

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