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Not Sure How to Quit Drinking? Here’s Your Guide

One of your new year resolutions might be to stop drinking. Perhaps you’ve been worried about the effects alcohol has on you, or you feel that alcohol has put a strain on your relationships. Drinking could have even gotten you into career, legal, and other life troubles. Whatever the reason, you think that it’s time...
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How to Get Sober from Alcohol in 4 Steps

If you are wondering how to get sober from alcohol, you are probably also feeling anxious, scared, or uncertain of what to do. That’s where this guide can come in handy. Below, we go through the four steps on how to get sober from alcohol so that you feel like yourself once again. 1. Admit...
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Track marks

Track Marks: What to Do if You Spot This Sign of Addiction

If you have noticed that your loved one has track marks or any other signs of addiction, you might feel overwhelmed, frightened, and unsure of where to start when it comes to getting them help. This guide will help you learn more about how to identify track marks, the dangers that they pose, and how...
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suicide risk factors

Do You Have Any of These Suicide Risk Factors?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), suicide is the leading cause of death in the United States. But what’s most shocking about this statistic is that suicide is 100 percent preventable with the right resources and awareness of the warning signs. Of course, there are certain suicide risk factors that can...
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Drug Detox for Veterans

Drug Detox for Veterans in Georgetown, Ohio

Veterans who have dedicated their lives to their country often exit military service with both physical and emotional scars. To cope with the challenges they bravely faced, some may turn to substances. Unfortunately, this can easily evolve into a pattern of chronic substance abuse. The best way to break this cycle may involve attending an...
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Veteran Mental Health Rehab

Veteran Rehab for Addiction and Mental Health

Life in the military can lead to intense and even traumatic experiences. Upon returning home, many veterans find their mental health in a dark and harmful place. Attending a veteran rehab program can help these service members work through past trauma and make a healthy transition back to civilian life. However, most veterans do not...
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Inpatient Anxiety Treatment

Inpatient Anxiety Treatment: Is It Time for Help?

Anxiety and stress do not only impact your mental health; long periods of worry can affect all systems of the body. The right inpatient anxiety treatment center can help get your mind and body back on the right path. Feeling nervous or anxious is common from time to time. For example, maybe you have had...
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Cincinnati addiction rehab

Cincinnati Addiction Rehab: Treating Substance Abuse and Mental Illness

There are millions of people around the world living with mental health and addiction issues. Unfortunately, it is common for individuals suffering from mental disorders to lean on drugs or alcohol to help them cope. Georgetown Behavioral Hospital is a Cincinnati addiction rehab that acknowledges the relationship between addiction and mental health. Addiction and Mental Health: What’s...
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are suicidal thoughts normal

Is It Normal to Have Suicidal Thoughts? Knowing When to Reach Out

We all have startling thoughts from time to time. These thoughts may be grim and cover disturbing subjects that we wouldn’t want to bring up at the dinner table. While a fleeting thought about suicide is something that everyone has probably experienced at some point in their lives, more frequent thoughts about suicide are a...
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Can Weed Cause Psychosis? Here’s What Experts Say

Recent research has shown a link between marijuana use and psychosis – both acute and chronic. While using the drug, people may experience an acute form of psychosis that can be very distressing. In this case, weed can bring hallucinations, yet the experience subsides quickly. However, heavy marijuana use has also been shown to make...
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