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Does Longer Inpatient #Drug #Rehabilitation Increase Long-Term #Recovery Success?

"Longer inpatient drug rehabilitation increases long-term recovery success by transitioning an individual time to address not just the addiction, but the underlying factors that contributed to the addiction. It also provides an environment in which a person whose body and mind have been ravaged by addiction can have time to adjust and return to a more balanced state physically, mentally, and emotionally."

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Longer inpatient drug rehabilitation increases long-term recovery success by transitioning an individual time to address not just the addiction, but the underlying factors that contributed to the addiction.
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The Link Between ‪#‎Methamphetamine‬ ‪#‎Addiction‬ And ‪#‎Parkinson‬’s Disease
Recent studies have linked use of methamphetamine and amphetamine drugs, some of the most commonly abused substances, to an increased risk of Parkinson’s Disease.


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Recent studies have linked use of methamphetamine and amphetamine drugs, some of the most commonly abused substances, to an increased risk of Parkinson’s Disease.
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Our latest article "Emotional Healing: Memory Processing Therapy May Alleviate Trauma, Addiction Urges" features Susan Brown, LCSW, BCD

"#EMDR therapy transforms “stuck” or unprocessed memories through “new learning,” resulting in healthier, more adaptive behaviors.  Therapist-guided eye movements (or sometimes auditory tones or hand taps) help stimulate the brain’s memory network."

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Our latest article "Emotional Healing: Memory Processing Therapy May Alleviate Trauma, Addiction Urges" features Susan Brown, LCSW, BCD

"#EMDR therapy transforms “stuck” or unprocessed memories through “new learning,” resulting in healthier, more adaptive behaviors.  Therapist-guided eye movements (or sometimes auditory tones or hand taps) help stimulate the brain’s memory network."

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As part of our series of best rehab centers across the nation, we now present the ten best rehab centers in Maryland. Based on our aforementioned criteria,
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‪#‎Recovery‬ Solutions: Don't Trade One ‪#‎Addiction‬ for Another

"Sometimes the best recovery tips can be found in simple places, and perhaps are not among the most common of sobriety mantras. As individuals and unique persons who now know ourselves more than ever, it is okay to be accepting of the fact that solutions to addiction are customizable."

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Beware of what lies ahead in the world of recovery. Know yourself, how healthy you are, how responsible you're being, and how to keep yourself this way.
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Excellent post, especially about the one size fits all approach to recovery.
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Does Longer Inpatient #Drug #Rehabilitation Increase Long-Term #Recovery Success?

"Longer inpatient drug rehabilitation increases long-term recovery success by transitioning an individual time to address not just the addiction, but the underlying factors that contributed to the addiction. It also provides an environment in which a person whose body and mind have been ravaged by addiction can have time to adjust and return to a more balanced state physically, mentally, and emotionally."

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Longer inpatient drug rehabilitation increases long-term recovery success by transitioning an individual time to address not just the addiction, but the underlying factors that contributed to the addiction.
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We continue our series of Top Addiction Treatment Facilities in Alaska!
#addictiontreatment #alaska #recovery
The search for the best rehab centers across the nation now brings us to Alaska. These drug rehab centers in Alaska incorporate a variety of methods of
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Our latest article "Emotional Healing: Memory Processing Therapy May Alleviate Trauma, Addiction Urges" features Susan Brown, LCSW, BCD

"#EMDR therapy transforms “stuck” or unprocessed memories through “new learning,” resulting in healthier, more adaptive behaviors.  Therapist-guided eye movements (or sometimes auditory tones or hand taps) help stimulate the brain’s memory network."

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Types of Addictions: ‪#‎Cocaine‬
"Cocaine’s highly addictive properties make it easy to become dependent on the drug. Even after periods of abstinence, there is a high risk of relapse — as certain cues or memories can trigger powerful cravings for cocaine, according to research from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)."
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Cocaine is an illegal stimulant that produces intense, short-lived euphoria — and potentially life-threatening effects such as heart attack or stroke.
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