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Drug Addiction Treatment

How Residential Treatment Actually Reduces the Need and Cost of Healthcare

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It’s no secret that the costs associated with healthcare can be quite momentous. Whether it’s routine dental care, a check-up with your primary care physicians, or something more exotic like appendix removal, even individuals with the best insurance coverage will often be required to make an out-of-pocket contribution. Meanwhile, any individual without health coverage is forced to foot the entire bill on his or her own, and depending on the scenario, that could mean hundreds, thousands, or even tens of thousands of dollars. Clearly, healthcare is expensive. In a perfect world, we could choose to simply stay healthy and spare […]

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Which Recovers First from Drug Addiction, The Mind or the Body?


When recovering from an addiction, the mind, body, and spirit are strongly affected in multifaceted ways. The chemical makeup of the drug forces individuals to be mentally and physically dependent on the destructive substance. Mentally, individuals may think that they need the drug to cope with everyday difficulties. Physically, the body becomes used to the effects of the drug. However, during the recovery process, the mind and body both need to recover in their respective ways. Each can recover at a different pace. Quick to Feel Improvement Often, the body may quickly feel incremental changes and “feel better” because it […]

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Building a Support System During and After Treatment


Recovering from an addiction is a long process that involves physical and mental withdrawal, long-term cravings, and lifestyle changes that will help you to combat the original causes of your addiction and your addiction triggers. While the first step to overcoming an addiction is always seeking out professional help for addiction treatment, you will have to begin to build a support group around yourself while you are in treatment so that you can rely on people to help you once you no longer have the support of a clinic or facility. Your therapist or counselor will no doubt discuss building […]

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Luxury and Legitimacy: World-Class Addiction Treatment on the California Coast

one in four adults with a mental illness also have a substance abuse disorder

Those who have the resources to get sober in a luxury environment do so for a variety of reasons. For many, it’s a chance to see another part of the country or the world, as well as to begin a healthier life surrounded by serene natural beauty. Learning a new way of living amid such positive imagery can burn these positive new techniques into the psyche. Located on 120 breathtaking acres near the legendary California coast in Malibu, patients of The Canyon enjoy a personalized, boutique level of care. Beyond the five-star meals, exquisite rooms and world-class amenities, The Canyon […]

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Common Relapse Triggers and How to Overcome Them

Due to the complex nature of addiction, recovery involves overcoming both the physical and the psychological components of chemical dependence. Although treatment provides individuals with a means of regaining their sobriety and health, addiction treatment programs are, unfortunately, not a cure. Alcohol and drug rehabs aim to teach helpful skills and strategies that can sustain patients’ sobriety for the long term. However, many have suggested that the real work begins after treatment as this is when one becomes responsible for maintaining his or her own abstinence and sobriety. Moreover, it’s after treatment that individuals will encounter numerous relapse triggers and […]

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