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Training Your Brain with the BAUD

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Dr. Frank Lawlis, Ph.D. – Director of Psychological and Neurological Plasticity Programs As more people have read about Psychoneuroplasticity (PNP), there has been a growing interest in the device called the BioAccoustical Utilization Device (BAUD). A brief understanding needs to come about to understand how this instrument works on the brain level. As the name… Read On »

Why Do People Drink Alcohol?

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For most people, a drink or two can be a way to celebrate an occasion or compliment a nice meal. Others may not enjoy alcohol at all; they don’t like the taste, they don’t like the sensation of being tipsy, or they don’t like feeling out of control. If you happen to fit into these categories,… Read On »

11 Proven Ways to Improve Your Mental Health

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Each year, millions of people experience the reality of living with a mental health condition. Mental illness can affect anyone either directly or indirectly. Despite mental illnesses’ prevalence and impact on our society, stigma and misunderstanding remain widespread.   1 in 5 Americans will have a mental health condition in a given year.   During… Read On »

A Quick Guide to Addiction, Recovery and Sleep

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Most who have dealt with a substance use disorder (SUD) or addiction have experienced sleep issues at some point, either while in active addiction or during recovery. Even when they aren’t your system anymore, drugs and alcohol can have a major impact on your body. Facts About Addiction, Recovery And Sleep Sleep problems are common… Read On »

What Are Co-Occurring Disorders?

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Approximately 7.9 million adults in the United States struggle with co-occurring disorders. If someone has both addiction and a mental health disorder, they are classified as having co-occurring disorders (a.k.a. dual diagnoses). These disorders impact nearly every aspect of an individual’s mental, physical, and spiritual life. Because both disorders impact a person’s well-being, diagnosing both… Read On »

Learning to Sleep Naturally

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  For those who struggle with addiction, “just go to sleep” is as frustrating a statement as “just stop using.” Many have the desire for a full night’s rest, but lack the education and resources on how to accomplish this. In the Psychoneuroplasticity (PNP) sleep program, we offer the tools to turn this pipe dream… Read On »

10 Stigma-Busting Quotes from Sober Celebrities

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Any human being from any demographic can become addicted. The stigma attached to the widespread disease of addiction impacts us all, both consciously and unconsciously. It’s effects are woven into all levels of society and most people know someone who has battled this powerful mental illness. Those of us in the recovery community know that… Read On »

Suicide in Young Adults: Depression, Addiction Are Primary Contributors

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Suicide is one of the leading causes of death in the United States, especially among young people. In the United States, it is the tenth leading cause of death, claiming the lives of more than 44,000 people. According to data from the National Institute of Mental Health, the risk is highest among people aged 18-25.… Read On »

The United States of Overdose

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The United States only makes up 4.3% of the global population but 25% of the estimated number of drug-related deaths worldwide, including overdose deaths, happen in the United States. Sadly, these numbers continue to rise. More than 63,600 lives were lost to drug overdose in the United States in 2016, according to a report from the National… Read On »

Learn the Facts About Drug Use and Addiction in the United States

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Looking for facts about drug use and addiction in the United States? Check out the information below to learn more. What are illicit drugs?   Illicit drug use includes the use of a wide variety of mind-altering substances. This includes the misuse of prescription drugs or the use of marijuana, cocaine (including crack), heroin, hallucinogens,… Read On »