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Going To Drug Rehab As An Alternative To Jail Or Prison
Addiction to drugs or alcohol is now recognized as a disease, one which affects the brain in a way to cause much of the compulsive, drug-seeking behavior which characterizes it. Thus, addicted individuals may benefit most from treatment rather than jail or prison. 
People who abuse substances or engage in illegal activities to obtain them are committing crimes, imprisonment may not always be the best way to deal with them.
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Profiles In Recovery : Lisa Smith
New York City attorney Lisa Smith was a high-functioning addict, hiding a spiraling alcohol and cocaine habit amid the pressures of corporate law. Attorneys struggle with addiction at rates that are twice the national average, and Smith — who is now 12 years in recovery — wants to change the stigma.
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What are Sober Living Homes?
After an initial treatment stay at a rehab facility, some individuals may need to continue living in an environment that is geared for sober living.
Aftercare is so important to ensuring long-term recovery success, and sober living homes can help with that.
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Cardiovascular Effects of Cocaine: Acute and Chronic Heart Problems
When an individual uses cocaine, even for the first time, they are exposing themselves to numerous risks, including heart attack and many other serious cardiovascular conditions.
Like most drugs—legal or illicit—cocaine can have detrimental physical effects on the human body, especially the cardiovascular system.
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The Dangers of Abusing Klonopin and Vicodin
Prescription drugs are widespread, and millions of Americans have access to them far too easily. The easy access and increase of ways doctors are prescribing these drugs has led to misuse, dependence, abuse, addiction, and even death.
When these two types of drugs are combined together, both act as a depressant for the central nervous system, leading to costly side effects, even death.
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Should I Go Back To Rehab After a Drug Or Alcohol Relapse?
It has been reported that up to 40 percent to 60 percent of those treated for substance use disorders relapse back to drug use. If you are one of these individuals, should you return to rehab? Learn more about why it is important to continue treatment.
In order to determine if one should return to rehab, it is first important to fully understand relapse and the dangers it presents.
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Addiction to drugs or alcohol is now recognized as a disease, one which affects the brain in a way to cause much of the compulsive, drug-seeking behavior which characterizes it. Thus, addicted individuals may benefit most from treatment rather than jail or prison.
People who abuse substances or engage in illegal activities to obtain them are committing crimes, imprisonment may not always be the best way to deal with them.
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New York City attorney Lisa Smith was a high-functioning addict, hiding a spiraling alcohol and cocaine habit amid the pressures of corporate law. Attorneys struggle with addiction at rates that are twice the national average, and Smith — who is now 12 years in recovery — wants to change the stigma.
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After an initial treatment stay at a rehab facility, some individuals may need to continue living in an environment that is geared for sober living. 
Aftercare is so important to ensuring long-term recovery success, and sober living homes can help with that.
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When an individual uses cocaine, even for the first time, they are exposing themselves to numerous risks, including heart attack and many other serious cardiovascular conditions.
Like most drugs—legal or illicit—cocaine can have detrimental physical effects on the human body, especially the cardiovascular system.
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Prescription drugs are widespread, and millions of Americans have access to them far too easily. The easy access and increase of ways doctors are prescribing these drugs has led to misuse, dependence, abuse, addiction, and even death.
When these two types of drugs are combined together, both act as a depressant for the central nervous system, leading to costly side effects, even death.
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It has been reported that up to 40 percent to 60 percent of those treated for substance use disorders relapse back to drug use. If you are one of these individuals, should you return to rehab? Learn more about why it is important to continue treatment.
In order to determine if one should return to rehab, it is first important to fully understand relapse and the dangers it presents.
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