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Mindfulness in Recovery

Mindfulness in Recovery

Psychotherapy practices that have begun to include Mindfulness in Recovery as a part of their course of treatment within rehabs include Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). Through the use of mindfulness in these therapies, it is possible...

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Psilocybin Assisted Therapy

Psilocybin Assisted Therapy

The combination of psilocybin with psychotherapy means that patients are able to be freed from the constraints placed on the conscious mind through the psychedelic experience, while the psychotherapy allows them to discuss and discover the deep emotional issues...

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Eating Disorder Signs in Teens

Eating Disorder Signs in Teens

Although not always easy, there are several signs that we can pick up on, physical, psychological, and behavioral signs that indicate something might be wrong with a young person in our lives, and that they may be suffering from an eating disorder such as anorexia...

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What is the Pink Cloud Stage of Recovery

What is the Pink Cloud Stage of Recovery

Overall, the pink cloud stage of sobriety is a heightened state of euphoria and motivation recovering addicts experience in daily life, before the struggles of reality set in, and usually occurs once the person completes treatment. The pink cloud state can be positive and motivating,...

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Strategies for Relapse Prevention

Strategies for Relapse Prevention

Overall, a relapse prevention plan can be an incredibly useful tool in your arsenal as you take on life post-treatment and with newfound sobriety. It can help to bring together all the resources you might need if you experience cravings or feel close to a...

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Vivitrol

Vivitrol

If you are suffering from opioid or alcohol addiction, you may be given Vivitrol as a prescription medication. Also known by its generic name, naltrexone, Vivitrol is a version of naltrexone that is administered by a healthcare professional on a monthly basis. ...

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Propofol Addiction and Abuse

Propofol Addiction and Abuse

Also known as Diprivan, Propofol slows down the brain and nervous system’s activity. The drug is used to put someone to sleep and keep them in a resting state. Propofol is given during an operation as general anesthesia. It can be used for other medical...

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