Monthly Archives: July 2018

22 07, 2018

David Cassidy: Drinking, Not Dementia, Killed 1970’s Idol

July 22nd, 2018|5 Comments

DISCLAIMER: David Cassidy lived a life largely in the public eye, and his struggles with alcoholism—the disease that ultimately killed him—are well-documented. This an attempt to provide context to that battle and hopefully, help someone who might currently be facing comparable problems. For a generation of people “of a certain age” David Cassidy will

15 07, 2018

Cold Medicine and Cough Syrup Addiction and Abuse Resource Guide

July 15th, 2018|0 Comments

Cold medicines sold over the counter (OTC) are largely considered to be safe. Those who are sick can take these medications without causing harm to their body. When taken like the instructions suggest, the dosage is safe.  When used correctly, OTC cold medicines are effective in the management of cold or flu symptoms. Prescription

12 07, 2018

An In-Depth Guide About Heroin Withdrawals and Detox

July 12th, 2018|0 Comments

Heroin withdrawal can be a scary process. Maybe you’ve heard stories from opiate addicts that have gone through it. People who detox from opioids often experience intense nausea, stomach cramping, severe anxiety and insomnia among other symptoms. It’s no wonder, then, that the prospect of withdrawing can be quite intimidating. The mere thought of

5 07, 2018

The Benefits of Group Therapy During Addiction Recovery

July 5th, 2018|1 Comment

When a person is seeking treatment for a substance abuse disorder such as alcoholism or addiction to illicit or prescription drugs, there are a number of treatment options that, when used in combination, can prove particularly effective. One of the “tried and true” tools that a professional addiction counselor uses to help people struggling with

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