Category: Drug & Alcohol Recovery

The Government Is Taking Steps To Help The Issue With The War On Opiate Drugs in America. Can They Help? Learn About Opiate Drugs & Their Treatment Options.

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At Lighthouse Recovery Institute, our therapists have heard their fair share of lies. From common ones like “I’m not using” to elaborate conspiracy theories to justify an addiction. These are some of the common lies addicts tell all the time.

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There’s an undeniable connection between alcohol and depression. It’s common for people to say they’re drinking to drown their sorrows or to relax. And yes, alcohol can help you relieve anxiety and make you sleepy. After all, the occasional drink when you’re stressed is one thing. But, reaching for a drink every time something comes

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It’s common for those looking to recover from alcoholism and drug addiction to be scared about getting clean and sober. Addiction treatment can be intimidating for most people. Staying sober and finally addressing a drinking problem or drug addiction is a long-term process that has many ups and downs. But, no matter what, the result is always more satisfactory than letting your family members and, most importantly, yourself down. Here’s the truth behind five common fears about recovering.

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Lockdowns and other stay-home orders are creating intense feelings of isolation for a majority of the population. While some manage to cope, many are struggling to adapt to the coronavirus pandemic, particularly those with drug and alcohol addiction. The ongoing global coronavirus crisis has represented one of the greatest challenges of our lifetimes. Outside of

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Benzodiazepines are a form of sedative. When taken in certain doses, they can slow vital body functions such as breathing. Mixing benzos with alcohol multiplies the sedative effects. Essentially, taking even small doses of both at the same time can cause effects even more powerful that consuming moderate amounts of just one of these substances

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Generally, life after addiction comes with a unique set of struggles that addicts should prepare for while in treatment. For example, relapse may occur after a drug or alcohol detox or treatment episode. As a result, proactive measures to ensure sobriety can help to reduce the risk of relapse. Learn more about them here.

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Anxiety can be a significant trigger for drinking and using drugs. Millions of Americans suffer from dual diagnosis disorders, such as addiction and anxiety. Learn which therapy methods are best to help curb anxiety!

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How do those seeking recovery from addiction find balance coping with isolation, recovery from addiction, and staying safe in the time of coronavirus?

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Learn how helpful therapy tools such as CBT can help shift negative thinking in recovery. These thoughts can range from low self-esteem to assuming the worst about a meeting with the boss. For addicts and alcoholics, negative thinking patterns can be especially dangerous. These thoughts can increase anxiety and depression, fuel unhealthy behaviors, and even lead to relapse.

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