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Category Archives: Self-Help

Facts about Drug & Alcohol Rehab – Part 3

Part two of this four-part series focused on the importance of working with the beliefs, thought patterns and attitudes of alcoholics in recovery. Part three looks at the role that contributing factors and illnesses can play in addiction. It goes on to explore the importance of treatment style, length of treatment and importance of keeping…

Moderate Drinking Self-Help Website

< !CDATA[[Moderatedrinking.com is a US-based online program run by Dr. Reid Hester with funding from the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Further information about Dr. Hester was not available on this website, but it is understood that he is a researcher and clinical psychologist who has worked extensively in the field of alcohol...

Tobacco Addiction

Tobacco is legal for those who are of age. Tobacco is also responsible for well over a billion deaths of people throughout the world each and every year. Sadly, this makes this legal substance both highly accessible and dangerous. Tobacco is also very addictive. Even though tobacco can lead to numerous chronic diseases and do…

Effects Of Teen Substance Abuse On The Family

Teens of any family can abuse substance. No family should think itself immune to this plague. Teens may abuse alcohol, prescription drugs or illegal substances. Drug abuse takes a toll on your teen’s physical and psychological well-being. Not only will the teen be affected, other family members may be affected and this could disrupt the…

Holistic Addiction Treatment

There is so much we now know about addiction and treatment these days that at times the question is no longer whether or not to choose addiction treatment; it is what type of addiction treatment is best for you. Treatment options used to come down to inpatient or outpatient. Now we can choose from a…