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Relapse, in the context of drug use, involves the recurrence of pathological drug use after a period of abstinence. During the recovery process you may be exposed to certain triggers and other factors that can increase your risk of returning to substance abuse. There are steps to preventing drug relapse that promote taking action early on to minimize the intensity of a relapse period. Click below for more information on relapse, warning signs, and coping mechanisms.
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People often have the idea that everyone who is suffering from addiction falls into a certain stereotype, that they are "all the same." Common misconceptions such as these have a direct impact on addicts and how people perceive them in day to day life. We've addressed some of the most common addiction myths below; click or call (310) 846-8215 for more information.
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As time passes and we reflect on our lives, we all want to feel fulfilled by the experiences we have had. Recovery provides the freedom to truly live life to the fullest, enabling new and amazing possibilities each and every day. Look back with pride - call us now at (310) 846-8215.
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Those who struggle with substance abuse are often seeking to fill a void in their lives, and attempt to do so with drugs or alcohol. Recovery provides the opportunity to break down those barriers of addiction and build a happy, fulfilling life. Call us today at (310) 846-8215.
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Why did you choose a life in recovery and what motivates you to continue on this journey? If you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse or addiction, choose recovery -- call Silicon Beach Outpatient Center today: (310) 846-8215.
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Nothing worth having comes easy! Making the decision to live a sober life can feel overwhelming and the shift can be scary. But nothing changes if nothing changes! Choose to make today different - call us now at (310) 846-8215.
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Recovery is full of ups and downs, but it is important to always remain hopeful in what your sobriety will bring. With hope for tomorrow comes strength for today. For help in your recovery, please call (310) 846-8215.
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A functioning addict is often defined as someone who is able to hide their excessive use of drugs or alcohol. This person may have a good job, a secure home life, and be respected in the community despite their addiction. Of the nearly 17 million adults in the this country that are struggling with alcoholism, a shocking 19.5 percent - almost 4 million people - fall into the category of “functional.”
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Women may face different issues when it comes to substance use. It has been discovered that women experience special issues related to hormones, menstrual cycle, pregnancy, fertility, breastfeeding, and menopause. Each of these factors can impact a woman’s struggle with drug use. It is important to approach each individual's recovery independently. To learn more about women and addiction please click below.
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Nothing worth having comes easy. Trust in the process and have patience! Recovery happens one day at a time. If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, please call (310) 846-8215 today.
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