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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 »

7 Ways to Share the Love

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When we think of Valentine’s Day, visions of glittered cards and red roses often come to mind. For those without a significant other, this can be an unwelcome image. Though few can debate the delight found in heart-shaped boxes of chocolate, there is far more to love than presents wrapped in red cellophane. True love… 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 »

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 »

Fast Facts About Alcoholism and Alcohol Use in the United States

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Looking for facts about alcohol use and alcoholism in the United States? Check out the information below to learn more. How Common is Alcohol Use?   Alcohol is the most commonly used addictive substance in the United States: 17.6 million people, or one in every 12 adults, suffer from alcohol abuse or dependence. Every year,… Read On »

Walmart Offers New Way To Dispose of Addictive Opioids

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In an effort to join the fight against the nationwide opioid epidemic, Walmart is rolling out a program which will provide a safe way to dispose of opioids.   The chain says its newest product “Dispose-RX” provides a safe and effective way to get rid of unused opioid medication. When mixed with warm water, DisposeRx… Read On »

Alcohol-Related ER Visits On The Rise Nationwide

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A steady annual increase in trips made to emergency rooms as a result of drinking alcohol showed a startling jump between 2006 and 2014 according to a recent study published this month in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research.   The increase in alcohol-related trips to the ER added up to 61 percent more… Read On »

Committed to a Lasting Solution

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Drew Rothermel – President and Chief Executive Officer The New Year is a time of renewal, one which offers each of us the chance to accept new challenges and revive commitments to both personal and professional values. During this contemplative period, we are quietly empowered to reflect on the experiences of the past year, while… Read On »