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The Surprising Link Between Sleep and Addiction Recovery
Learn how hitting the snooze button a few times could actually help your recovery. As addiction research grows, sleep studies are gaining more traction. The modern holistic recovery center thrives on scientific evidence, and the surprising benefits of sleep may become relevant in future addiction recovery approaches. While holistic drug rehab itself is an ever-changing environment, some things—such as sleep—are powerful constants which can empower drug addiction recovery.  The Dynamics of Sleep Because sleep research has gradually established itself as a prominent field, recent studies have focused on its dynamics in life’s many aspects. Among these, of course, is substance use, abuse, and ...

Why 100% Drug-Free Recovery Is Possible at Elevate’s Holistic Rehab Center
Holistic drug treatment centers are non-medical centers. They don’t utilize chemicals to counterbalance addiction, tamper with the detox process or “wean” addicted individuals off a substance. Modern science suggests that medical intervention during recovery can slow down—or even ruin—effective care. Medical intervention in the form of medicine, many believe, can even contribute to patient relapse. Holistic recovery serves to bring the patient’s body, mind, and spirit into alignment—prioritizing their well-being while treating the symptoms of withdrawal and addiction. By using meditation, exercise and nutritional planning, holistic treatment programs not only eliminate addiction—but prevent it from coming back. Elevate’s Drug-Free Recovery Elevate uses evidence-based, ...

Redefining What Holistic Addiction Recovery Really Means
It’s not just a buzzword, but a way to create real and lasting change. Everyone has heard of the traditional 12-step program for alcohol and drug rehabilitation. In fact, many rehab facilities, nearly 74 percent of them, employ this methodology for getting enrollees on the path to sobriety. If you or a loved one has tried alcohol or drug rehab before, then chances are high that the treatment offered was a 12-step program. There’s just one problem with that. There’s a lot of supporting research, including from trusted resources like Psychology Today, that posits that 12-step programs do not work as effectively as ...