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What is the difference between inpatient treatment and outpatient treatment?

What is Inpatient Treatment? Inpatient treatment, also known as residential treatment, is a situation where patients voluntarily enter a secure, safe facility for their treatment....

Do Seniors Struggle With Addiction?

Addiction in people over the age of 60 is on the rise. Even before the onslaught of the pandemic in 2020, a growing number of...

Addiction Recovery: Why Hitting Rock Bottom Does Not Have To Be A Bad Thing

Spreading myths is an incredibly problematic issue, and this is especially true in the world of substance abuse, addiction, and recovery. Misinformation around addiction will...

Alcohol And Bipolar Disorder: A Dangerous Duo

Alcohol and bipolar disorder have anything but a harmonious relationship. In fact, they can better be described as a chaotic pair, perhaps even a dangerous...

Alcohol and Anemia: Can Alcohol Cause Anemia?

What is Anemia? Anemia is a condition in which you lack enough healthy red blood cells to carry oxygen throughout your body. Alcohol can cause...

Answering Some Common Questions About Alcohol Detox

Detoxification (or detox) is an important part of addiction treatment. Detoxification is a process that aims to rid the body of toxic substances after using...

Confronting an Alcoholic: How to Approach an Alcoholic Loved One

Once drinking starts to become problematic, the individual can no longer control their overall alcohol use. If this is true for someone you know, you...

The Dangers Of Replacing Alcohol Addiction With Sugar

It’s not uncommon for people who once struggled with an alcohol addiction to turn to sugary substances, while in recovery. There are psychological and physiological...

Social Drinking Vs. Problematic Drinking: What Is The Difference?

Social drinking has become a huge part of our culture. Whether we like it or not, alcohol is readily available in most places. Many use...

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