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About 40 percent more people in the state are seeking treatment for addiction today than a year ago. But the number of deaths from heroin is going up.
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#Addiction...The only disease that manipulates your mind and assures you...You Don't Have It
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Help For The Healers: Resources For Impaired Healthcare Professionals

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Don’t delay in getting help for chemical dependency – you could endanger patient lives, lose your license, and incur serious legal and financial consequences.
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For those in recovery, insomnia may not become a chronic condition and there are positive coping strategies to help you through the period of adjustment in
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Our latest Blog Post touches on an issue many of us have dealt with: "‪#‎Insomnia‬ in Early ‪#‎Recovery‬ from Drug ‪#‎Addiction‬".

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For those in recovery, insomnia may not become a chronic condition and there are positive coping strategies to help you through the period of adjustment in
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i have had insomnia, since my first nervous breakdown, back in 74. Have had to take prescribed, or over the counter sleeping meds every night since.  Have not been on any prescribed sleeping meds for over 20 years but the stuff i am buying is helping.  Being a night owl, working graveyard for years and partying all night for several years surely didn't help. Has gotten a lot worse since my dad died in front of me in April 2013 and my job was phased out and my health started getting worse. If i didn't take my meds, i could probably stay awake for nearly two days.  Am trying to use meditation when i can.  Does not help when one's reality is more pain than anything else. Oh by the way, i have 19 years clean and sober. 
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The following list and summations are of best-selling memoirs, by both men and women, relating to drug and alcohol addiction and recovery.
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Everything Happens For A Reason, And True Peace Comes When You Trust In Your Path And Don't Question Why. Just Go With The Flow Of Your Life.
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For those in recovery, insomnia may not become a chronic condition and there are positive coping strategies to help you through the period of adjustment in
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Our latest Blog Post touches on an issue many of us have dealt with: "‪#‎Insomnia‬ in Early ‪#‎Recovery‬ from Drug ‪#‎Addiction‬".

http://www.rehabcenter.net/insomnia-in-early-recovery-from-drug-addiction/
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