Ketamine Treatment for Alcohol Addiction: What You Need to Know
Alcohol abuse and addiction is an age-old problem, but recent studies show that it is in fact on the rise. Alcohol consumption increased up to 70% in the years 1990 to 2017, and it shows no sign of slowing down.
Yes, there is a close link between pain and depression. It’s a vicious cycle — depression can cause pain, but pain can cause depression as well. Once this cycle has started, it’s a snowball effect where your pain makes your depression worse, and your depression makes the pain worse. Many people suffering from depression even […]
NAD+ Therapy For Opioid Withdrawal/Alcohol Withdrawal, & Other Bio-Hacking Methods For Recovery
Detoxing from opioids, alcohol, and other drugs do not have to be horrific experiences. Using a powerful and natural method of detox known as NAD+ Therapy, many patients report having an easy time coming off addictive substances and a significant reduction or even total elimination of cravings.
More Proof that Lofexidine ( Lucemyra) is a Big Waste of Money
A while ago I wrote a blog about Lofexidine ( Lucemyra). I basically said that there’s not a ton of data but what seemed clear is that it’s crazy ridiculous expensive and really not any better than Clonidine. At a 1000X higher price. Well, I proved to be right. Dr. David Juurlink MD Ph.D. […]
This weeks blog comes to us from our guest Bethany at Preventaddiction.info Anyone who’s ever struggled with a drug or alcohol problem knows that checking yourself into rehab and maintaining sobriety is only half the battle. Getting your life back on track can be even more daunting. But before getting started, it’s important to release the shame of […]
We Treat Patients with Substance Abuse Differently Than Any Other Chronic Disease
Despite that fact that substance abuse has been defined as a chronic, relapsing disease, we don’t treat it the same as we do other conditions such as diabetes or obesity. And yet the parallels are clear: Imagine for a moment that you are obese. You’ve struggled with it for years, your family and friends give […]
IF YOU HAVE RECENTLY EXPERIENCED A RELAPSE DURING ADDICTION RECOVERY, YOU MAY BE GOING THROUGH MANY DIFFERENT EMOTIONS. ANGER, CONFUSION, AND DISAPPOINTMENT ARE ALL COMMON WHEN YOU RELAPSE, BUT WHERE DO YOU GO FROM THERE? DEALING WITH A RELAPSE MEANS FINDING WAYS TO GET BACK ON TRACK AND AVOID LETTING THIS DERAIL YOUR RECOVERY.