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Healing Vein Damage from IV Drug Use

Healing Vein Damage from IV Drug Use

From our heads to our toes, there are thousands of miles of little tubes that carry blood throughout our bodies: our blood vessels. Veins are a kind of blood vessel located close to the surface of our skin. Their job is to carry blood from throughout our body back to...

What Is The Meaning of Sobriety?

What Is The Meaning of Sobriety?

Sobriety is often referred to as the ultimate goal in drug and alcohol addiction treatmentーbut what is sobriety really? As frequently as it’s used in addiction treatment jargon, there’s a good chance that it doesn’t actually mean what you think. Yes, that means that...

10 (Subtle) Signs of An Alcoholic

10 (Subtle) Signs of An Alcoholic

Many of us take for granted just how prevalent alcohol is in our lives; we drink to celebrate, to mourn, to relax, to liven things up. And when drinking is such a firmly established social norm it can be difficult to tell when our bottle of vino with dinner or...

Am I An Alcoholic?

Am I An Alcoholic?

“Am I an alcoholic quiz” is what someone with a drinking issue might type into their search bar if they are questioning their habits. Typing this question leads to so many sources of blogs, quizzes, and treatment facilities. Unfortunately, how could you really know...

How to Quit Drinking Alcohol

How to Quit Drinking Alcohol

Alcoholism is no joke. The availability and prevalence of this substance in our society have created an illusion that it is not as dangerous or addictive as it really is. In reality, alcohol is highly addictive both physically and mentally, and it is connected with...

How to Ask for Help

How to Ask for Help

According to recent studies, over 23.5 million Americans struggle with some type of substance use disorder (SUD). These individuals need help, whether it be to talk to someone or to receive professional, evidence-based treatment approaches at an addiction treatment...

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