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Category Archives: Recovery Medication

Types Of Rehab Treatment – H to I

Here’s the next manageable overview of different addiction rehabilitation options. A wide choice of treatments awaits those looking to free themselves from personal heartache and the heartbreak their condition is causing those closest to them. Letters H to I. Harm reduction model: A wide range of harmful behaviours are linked to those with substance disorders….

Ways Of Saying ‘NO’ To Alcohol

If you feel alcohol is beginning to get the better of you then that is a positive. It means you recognise the negative signs and symptoms frequent drinking sessions bring. Recognition is a good sign, but it is then imperative action is taken. One way is to say “No” when offered alcohol. Surely saying “No”…

Dealing with Denial: Convincing Addicts to Admit to Their Addiction

Denial is the most significant roadblock to substance abuse recovery. This defence mechanism is how alcoholics or drug addicts to protect themselves from the truth of their addiction. A person lying about their addiction or refusing to discuss it may be the first indicators of denial. At this point, the alcoholic or drug addict may…

Bali Drug Therapy

Bali Drug Therapy for Mental Illness Dr. Suryani is a psychiatrist in Bali. She treats impoverished people with mental illnesses with drug therapy– mostly, with anti-psychotics. Bali Drug Rehabilitation Therapy The video follows Dr. Suryani to meet several of her patients. She has been giving impoverished patients anti-psychotic drugs for free. Many of her patients…

Naltrexone Assisted Recovery

Kay Quinn, reporting for Channel 5 News in the American Mid-West, introduces us to a woman who has abused alcohol for nearly thirty years, but who has now got her habit under control with the help of a drug called Naltrexone.