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Rehab Blog

Dangers of Spice Addiction

Spice has a non-threatening name, and it is sold openly in stores and online. Many people interpret this to mean that the drug doesn’t pose a significant danger. Unfortunately, this is far from the truth....


About NyQuil Addiction

NyQuil is an over-the-counter (or OTC) medication that is commonly used to treat symptoms of allergies, colds, and the flu. Although NyQuil may be purchased without a prescription, this does not mean that its use...


Is Addiction a Mental Illness?

Is addiction a mental illness? Is alcoholism a mental illness? What about the compulsive use of heroin, prescription painkillers, or benzodiazepines? Are mental illnesses limited to disorders that affect a person’s mood and emotions, or...


How Long Does it Take to Rewire the Brain From Addiction?

Untreated addiction can alter both the structure and functioning of a person’s brain. During treatment and early recovery, as the individual’s body adapts to the absence of addictive substances, their brain can also begin to...


The Signs of Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine addiction is a serious and prevalent issue that affects individuals and their loved ones. At Phoenix Rising Recovery, our experienced and compassionate team is dedicated to helping people overcome their addiction to cocaine. This...


About Valium Addiction

Valium is a benzodiazepine medication that is often prescribed to help individuals manage anxiety, muscle spasms, and seizures. While it can be an effective treatment for these conditions when used as directed, valium can also...


What is the New Drug Called Tranq?

Public health experts have begun to sound the alarm about a powerful substance called tranq that is having a catastrophic impact on recreational drug users in communities throughout the United States. As the use of...


Do People Go to Rehab for Weed?

Marijuana, also known as weed or cannabis, is a drug that is becoming more widely accepted in many parts of the world, including the United States. However, despite the increasing acceptance of this drug, marijuana...


TRICARE vs. TriWest: What’s the Difference?

Their names sound similar, and they are both associated with military healthcare. But there are important differences between TRICARE vs. TriWest. If you are an active duty service member, a military veteran, a retiree of...


Should I go to Rehab Quiz

Are you struggling with addiction or substance abuse? If so, you may be wondering whether rehab is the right solution for you. The road to recovery can be difficult and overwhelming, but it can also...

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