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Man Suffering from Withdrawal Symptoms

Can You Die From Withdrawal?

Generally, symptoms start out mild and heighten for most substance abusers around two to three days after last use of the substance in question. Many people admit themselves to detox programs every year to help deal with the discomfort felt during withdrawal. An approximate 28,955 people were in detox on a typical day in 2011,[…]

7 Benefits of Yoga for Addiction Treatment

Addiction in the US is widespread, with the Surgeon General declaring that 1 out of 7 Americans will become addicted to substances in their lifetime. There are many ways to treat addiction and prevent relapse, and many of the most effective forms tend to be holistic or complementary and interconnected to traditional abuse treatment methods,[…]

Exercise and Addiction

Exercise and Addiction Recovery: 7 Benefits

The benefits of exercise on physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health have been lauded for what seems like decades now. Whether reading peer-reviewed journals or scrolling through pictures on Facebook depicting the new CrossFit obsession, one thing becomes apparent, exercise has its benefits. But what is the connection between exercise and addiction and recovery? After[…]

Married to someone with Alcoholism? You’re at Higher Risk for AUD

The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published a new study that found a strong correlation between the instance of Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) or alcoholism, in spouses. Put more simply, if you are married to a person who suffers from alcoholism you have a much greater chance of suffering from alcoholism, as well.[…]

PA Drug Deaths Outpace All Other States, CDC Report Finds

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released data this week revealing that Pennsylvania has outpaced every state in drug overdose deaths. The provisional study (which means that some information may not be complete and may change) included overdose deaths across the US for 12-months ending in July 2017. PA had 5,443 drug overdose[…]


Denied for Addiction Treatment? Here’s what you can do.

Insurance denials for substance abuse coverage are becoming more and more common. In a 2015 investigation by the New York Attorney General, findings showed that denials for addiction treatment were “nearly four times as common” for addiction treatment than for medical or surgical care. However, protections are in place for those who receive addiction and[…]