Category Archives: Drug and Alcohol Detox Treatment Resources

Just the Two of Us – How Couples Can Get Sober Together
Just the Two of Us – How Couples Can Get Sober Together They say misery love company, but so does sobriety. It is not uncommon for couples, whether married or not, to begin using drugs or alcohol. However, each person makes his or her own decision to use. It is possible to enter drug rehab together, and it is possible to overcome drugs and alcohol as a couple. However, both individual and couples support and treatment is necessary. In short, you can overcome your addiction as a couple as long as both parties deal with the underlying cause of their treatment individually. It’s Easy ...

The Dangers of Addiction with Pain Management
Many of today’s drug rehab centers craft programs around addictions spawned from pain management. Sadly, most who use strong pain medications will be exposed to the possibilities of addiction. Not everyone becomes dependent on these medications, but everyone deserves to know their inherent risks. Pain Management Medications Opioid addiction is a consistent problem in the U.S., and it’s only becoming more prevalent. New Centers for Disease Control and Prevention research has identified how easy it is to become hooked on these opioids, suggesting that many who are prescribed them for short-term use still take them a year later. Prescription data of nearly 1.3 ...

All the Wrong Reasons People Try to Detox at Home
Substance abuse wreaks havoc on the body and mind. After acknowledging the problem exists, the first step toward sobriety is detoxification, the process of removing the drugs and alcohol from a person’s system after their final dose or last drink. During this time, the symptoms of withdrawal are at their peak, as is the chance of fatal medical complications. Elevate Addiction Services wants everyone struggling with addiction to understand the importance of medical intervention during detox, and to avoid the temptation to try to save money by trying home detox. Why Would Anyone Choose Home Detox? Despite the risks, many people with substance abuse ...

The Importance of Working out While in Recovery
Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Power of Exercise During Recovery It’s no secret that working out is beneficial for your body and mind – especially during recovery and as you determine a plan to keep from relapsing. Exercise has many scientific advantages for staying healthy, both physically and mentally. Not only will your body develop muscle mass, see an increased production of natural antibodies to combat infection, and create more endorphins for you to feel good about yourself simply, your mind will become more focused and you’ll even feel a sense of calm and well-being in your day to ...