Posts tagged alcohol addiction treatment
Helpful Tips for Holding an Intervention

There are still many misconceptions about people with addiction, which often serves as a barrier to them getting the help they need. It is not surprising then that many individuals in rehab centers committed to treatment only after the intervention of their friends and family. An intervention is a planned event designed to show an addicted loved one that their problems with substance abuse have affected others.

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The Importance of Self-Care During Recovery

One of the most important achievements in rehab is replacing negative bad habits with new, healthy ones. As part of this process, it is often essential for people to turn their backs on people or places where they may have been enabled to continue with substance abuse before rehab. One of the key things a person in recovery needs to keep foremost in their minds is the state of their physical and mental health.

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Summer Activities to Help You Have Fun during Recovery

When a person has worked hard in rehab to overcome an addiction, they can often feel left out from social occasions. This can be because they equate having a good time with taking drugs or using alcohol which makes it hard for them to accept that you can have fun and remain sober. To help avoid this, let's take a look at some activities that aren’t centered on alcohol that can boost a person’s recovery efforts through the summer months.

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How to Start a Conversation about Addiction to a Loved One

Addiction is an illness that doesn’t only affect the person abusing substances. In most cases loved ones, friends, and coworkers are also impacted by the way an individual behaves when they are suffering as a result of substance abuse. It can be very difficult for many people to know how to deal with someone struggling with addiction, especially if you want to help them get the treatment we need.

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How to Have Healthy Relationships in Recovery

When someone has been through the challenges of rehab from addiction, they still have work to do when they return home. Rebuilding relationships with family and loved ones is an important part of addiction recovery and allows people to sustain sobriety for the long-term with their support. Healthy relationships are an important aspect of life for all of us and can include family, professional, romantic and social connections.

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The Harmful Effects of Drug Abuse While Pregnant

Alcohol or drug abuse during pregnancy increases your risk of stillbirth or miscarriage. When you consider that a proportion of everything you consume passes through you to your unborn child it is not difficult to imagine that there are many other negative consequences. The effect of alcohol abuse on pregnancy is harm to both mother and unborn child.

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Benefits of Clean Eating in Recovery

Alcohol and drug abuse wreak havoc with your body. Alcohol hampers the breakdown and absorption of nutrients; opiates can cause gastrointestinal problems; and stimulants suppress your appetite which may result in a lower intake of calories and nutrients than is healthy. An alcohol addict may derive as much as 50% of their daily calorie allowance from alcohol.

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Avoiding Temptations at the Thanksgiving Table

Thanksgiving is here again and while it is something many people look forward to, if you are in recovery, staying sober in the holiday season in the face of temptation could be something to dread. There are ways to prepare so that you can relax and enjoy yourself. A little forward planning can make all the difference, and we here at Capo Canyon Recovery want to offer some tips to help you get through the event.

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