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How To Prevent Relapse

After going through detox successfully, your main goal is to keep on track with your sobriety goals. Preventing relapse is a critical goal for you if you are on the recovery path. Some people may think that once they go through an addiction treatment program that they’ll never be tempted to drink or use drugs…

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How Addiction Affects Families

Research shows that families experience negative consequences when a close relative has a substance use disorder (SUD). Unfortunately, oftentimes, those who become addicted believe self-harm only hurts them. By realizing how addiction affects families, those suffering from SUD should ask for help, if not for their sake, for the well-being of their loved ones. If…

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Benzo Withdrawal Timeline

Benzos are both physically and psychologically addictive and can cause severe and dangerous withdrawal symptoms. The benzo withdrawal timeline is longer than many other substances, meaning that you can continue experiencing lingering withdrawal symptoms for weeks after your last use. Benzo withdrawal can also cause seizures and depression, making it best to seek help from…

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What is Rehab Like?

While addiction is incurable, treatment can greatly improve your chances of recovery. Treatment can help you learn how to cope with triggers, stress, and cravings. But what is rehab like? Learn more about rehab and Soledad House’s women’s rehab center in California by calling us today at 866.314.3222.  Addiction is a chronic, progressive, and incurable…

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Stages of Addiction

Addiction is a progressive, chronic and potentially fatal condition that impacts tens of millions of Americans annually. The stages of addiction can progress rapidly, which can have severe and damaging consequences. All psychoactive substances can cause addiction, which can lead to physical dependence and painful withdrawal symptoms. Recreational use can lead to abuse and addiction,…

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Codependency and Addiction

Codependency and addiction often go together. Called codependent personality disorder by therapists, this condition usually has roots in childhood. Of course, the same is true of addiction. Together, these two conditions create a cycle that is hard to get out of without the right help. What Is Codependent Behavior? Codependent behavior varies from one person…