If you’ve ever wondered how long it takes to get sober, then we’ve got the information you’re looking for… but it may not be the answer you were hoping to get.
Many of us encounter stressful and uncomfortable situations regularly. Although our impulse is to avoid stress, new research seems to indicate that being uncomfortable is actually good for us.
Gender-specific treatment is when a drug rehab creates a program specifically for men or women (or other gender identities). Are there benefits to choosing gender-specific programs? Let’s find out…
There are many substances that are addictive, but many forget that tobacco products exist alongside alcohol and heroin. With nicotine still a problem globally, here’s everything you should know about nicotine addiction.
Before starting treatment, it’s necessary to enroll in an alcohol detox program. But what should you expect from alcohol detoxification? Here’s everything you need to know…
People have a tendency to see physical and mental health as separate. However, our physical and mental health are much more connected than we realize.
There are a number of different types of substance abuse treatment programs. With heroin being particularly difficult to overcome, let’s take a look at the best drug rehab programs for heroin addiction.
The seemingly infinite downsides to addiction lead many to assume that once someone gets sober, relapse would be unlikely. Yet the data tells us otherwise… So why do addicts relapse?
People exhibit impulsivity all the time. However, when impulsive behavior starts having significant consequences, the individual may be exhibiting an impulse control disorder.
Although they’re often used as a follow-up to inpatient care, sober living homes can actually be employed for your recovery in other unique and useful ways.