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How To Overcome Barriers to Recovery From Addiction

When battling addiction, it can seem like the road to recovery is blocked at every step. While getting and staying sober is no easy feat, seeking support can help you tear down the barriers that line your path. Here are common barriers that can get in the way of your addiction recovery and how our...
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The Impact of Social Influence: How the People You Hang Around Affect Addiction Issues

Can you keep hanging around your old friends if you’re trying to stay sober? Do you need some tips for balancing old relationships with your new life? Here are some solutions for you, along with the science behind the social proximity effect and how social factors influence your addiction. Are you struggling with addiction issues?...
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Self-Medicating with Alcohol and Drugs: How to Overcome Negative Coping Methods

If you’re living with a mental illness, such as depression or anxiety, the symptoms can make your life difficult. So, it’s natural to want relief. Self-medicating with alcohol and drugs may help take your mind off your condition and ease your symptoms for a little while. However, here’s why using substances to “self-medicate” can be...
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Can You Detox Off Drugs or Alcohol at Home? The Benefits of Inpatient Detox Programs

Alcohol or drug detox at home can seem like a good idea at first. Unfortunately, there are many dangers of detoxing from alcohol at home or going through the distress of at-home detox from drugs. In both cases, cold turkey detox at home tends to be extremely ineffective and even dangerous. Being in a top-rated...
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When Is the Time to Ask for Help?

When it comes to addiction, admitting that you need inpatient drug rehab in Ohio or simply asking for help is one of the hardest things for people to accomplish. Indeed, asking for help can be so tough that it may seem simpler to just keep going down the same path rather than make a change. ...
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The Addiction Cure Is Already Here

So much attention has focused on the consequences of substance use, the growing overdose rate, and the opioid crisis. However, there is also plenty of good news, particularly with regard to addiction recovery services. Focusing on the harsh consequences of substance use disorders hides the surprising fact that addiction is a highly treatable, manageable condition...
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Ohio Drug Rehabs That Take Medicare: Finding Affordable Recovery

Did you know that roughly 20% of the Ohio population is enrolled in a Medicare program? That’s two and a half million people, and since approximately 10% of people will have a drug use disorder at some point in their lives, that means that roughly 250,000 people need an Ohio drug rehab that accepts Medicare....
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Signs of Heroin Use: Behavioral and Physical Symptoms

If you suspect that someone you love is using heroin, you’re probably very worried. Heroin addiction can have life-altering effects on people, and it can be hard to convince someone to get help. Naturally, you want to confirm your fears before you say anything—and knowing the behavioral and physical signs of heroin use can make...
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What Is Visitation Like at a Mental Health Facility?

Mental health institutions, psychiatric hospitals, and residential mental health facilities in Ohio are meant to provide patients with a safe atmosphere in which they can receive mental health care. Admission to a mental health facility may be feared by some people. People with mental illnesses may be concerned about being away from their familiar surroundings and...
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Fentanyl Becomes Leading Cause of Death for Ages 18-45

Fentanyl, like many other opioids, has ravaged Ohio communities for years. But with the coronavirus pandemic and the increasingly common practice of lacing drugs with fentanyl, this synthetic opioid has become deadlier than ever. New data analysis from Families Against Fentanyl shows that among Americans aged 18 to 45, fentanyl is the most common killer,...
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