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Addiction treatment in Lafayette Louisiana
Addiction treatment in Lafayette Louisiana

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A person who thinks their addiction “isn’t that bad” or “under control” is a person who most likely won’t stay sober for long.
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Cunningham specializes in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, EMDR, interventions, and trauma counseling. In 2014, she was selected by Governor Bobby Jindal as a commission member for the Louisiana Council on Addictive Disorder
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Now that you’re leaving the rehab facility sober and ready to face the world, the hard part is over, right?
In some ways "yes," in some ways "no."
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Meditation can give better coping mechanisms, reduce stress that can trigger substance abuse, help connect the body to the mind, and overall lead to a healthier lifestyle.
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If you find an activity that you enjoy, you’ll exercise more regularly, and the exercise will be something that feels like a treat that you look forward to, instead of another task that you dread.
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Withdrawal symptoms change depending on the drug of choice, but here's what to expect the first few days of giving up various drugs.
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Eighty-five percent of injured workers in Louisiana on pain medication received opiates from 2012-2014. One sixth received opiates long-term, which makes Louisiana at the top of the list of states for long-term opiate use.
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By showing which medications affect us more than others, genetic assay testing can give insight into what substances we might be more prone to abuse.
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In addition to causing difficulties in your relationships with family and friends, alcohol abuse can take a severe toll on your physical health.
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Depression and addiction have been described as a married couple who bring out the worst in each other but can’t live apart.
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