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Rehab Blog

Myths About Alcohol: Here’s the Whole Truth

Alcohol is one of the most commonly used and abused substances. This is mainly due to the fact that it’s legal and easily accessible. As a result, many people think that it takes much more...


Say These Words to Your Loved One in Rehab

Many people that suffer from addiction get down on themselves and feel extremely guilty. The depressed feelings and extreme guilt that many addicts feel often don’t go away for a long time. Thus, many people...


Alcohol and Aging: All About This Substance’s Aging Effects

Because alcohol is legal and so easily accessible, many people forget that it’s technically a drug and is thus addictive. In fact, there are many negative effects of alcohol abuse. For example, consuming too much...


Environmental Risk Factors for Addiction

Anyone, regardless of socio-economic status, is capable of developing a substance addiction. This is partly due to the fact that there are many different risk factors for addiction. While some may say that risk factors...


Effects of Hallucinogens on the Brain

Many people associate hallucinogenic drugs with Woodstock or  the “hippie” culture. The all-natural hallucinogens tend to get attention for such events and cultural movements specifically. Still, there are other forms of hallucinogens. Regardless of the...


Honesty in Recovery

The work of overcoming a substance addiction doesn’t end once rehab is over. That’s because addiction is a lifelong illness that individuals must actively work on while in recovery. One way to maintain sobriety in...


Knowing When and How to Leave a Drug Addict

Often, addiction affects the loved ones of addicts as much as it impacts the addicts themselves. This is definitely the case when it comes to the significant other of an addict. Many people who are...


10 Signs of Anxiety in Teens and Young Adults

Anxiety is one of the most prominent mental health disorders in the U.S. It’s usually thought of as an “adult” problem; it isn’t uncommon for adults to be anxious about work and relationships. However, anxiety...


Can Alcohol Cause Kidney Stones?

Kidney stones are known for the intense pain they can cause. Kidney stones develop when there’s too much waste material and not enough liquid. Together, these two end up forming crystals (which are known as...


The Dangers of Drinking During Pregnancy

Abusing alcohol is dangerous for anyone. Consuming alcohol at a higher rate than your body can metabolize it often leads to serious health complications. This is especially true for women drinking during pregnancy who should...