Monthly Archives: March 2018

20 03, 2018

Can Neurofeedback Help with Addiction Recovery?

March 20th, 2018|0 Comments

“The literature, which lacks any negative study, suggests that neurofeedback plays a major therapeutic role in many different areas. In my opinion, if any medication had demonstrated such a wide spectrum of efficacy it would be universally accepted and widely used.” ~ Dr. Frank Duffy, Associate Professor of Neurology, Boston Children’s Hospital Could neurofeedback

16 03, 2018

Desoxyn—The Legal Methamphetamine You Probably Haven’t Heard Of

March 16th, 2018|0 Comments

Should we be more concerned about Desoxyn—the prescription methamphetamine with a high potential for abuse? Every day, there is another news story about the ongoing opioid epidemic, but while all the focus is on painkillers, there are other prescription medications—like Desoxyn—that are being abused. How bad is the problem? According to the most recent

12 03, 2018

Fear Not: You Can Get Addiction Treatment AND Keep Your Job

March 12th, 2018|0 Comments

Many People Don’t Get Substance Abuse Treatment Because They Want To Keep Their Job If you have a substance abuse problem, it’s completely normal for you to want to keep this information from your employer. Most people who are addicted to drugs or alcohol believe that having a problem with addiction will result in

4 03, 2018

How To Stop Enabling Addiction And Start Enabling Recovery

March 4th, 2018|0 Comments

Well-Meaning Friends And Family Members Can Mistake Help For Enabling If you have a relationship with someone who has an addiction to drugs or alcohol, it can be easy to get caught in the trap of enabling, which leads to codependency. When you see someone you care about struggling with a substance abuse problem,

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