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What is Psychological Dependence When it Comes to Addiction? Can it be Broken?

Addiction is defined by the continued use of a substance that alters a person’s mood in spite of negative consequences/behaviors. To understand what addiction is,...

How to Pay For Rehab Without Insurance

There are ways for someone to pay for rehab without insurance. It is possible to pay out of pocket with the right amount of research...

Do I Need Rehab? 8 Indications You Might Need Professional Help

If you or somebody love is struggling with addiction, rehab can be the difference between life or death. Rehab allows people to heal not only...

Rewiring Your Brain

Have you ever watched a guitar player at the top of their game moving their fingers around on the fretboard so fast that you wonder...

How Long Does it Take to Detox from Alcohol?

Alcohol addiction and the length of detox is dependent upon a variety of factors due to the severity of the addiction. Alcohol is a powerful...

Is it Self-Doubt or Depression? Reasons it Might Be a Mental Illness

It’s important to understand the difference between self-doubt and depression. Recognizing what you’re going through enables you to find healthy solutions and work through toxic...

Molly and Alcohol: Learn More About This Lethal Polysubstance Abuse

Substance addiction forms when a person becomes both mentally and physically dependent on a type of drug or alcohol. The body gets accustomed to functioning...

Adderall Abuse: Who’s Abusing it More?

Adderall addiction is yet another drug issue hurting communities nationwide. More specifically, our students. From high schools to college campuses, Adderall is becoming the drug...

What Are the Five Stages of Addiction?

The five stages of addiction are first use, continued use, tolerance, dependence, and addiction. Addiction affects millions of Americans in the United States every day....

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