Category: Getting Sober

Getting Sober

The Influence Of Friends On What You Think & Do

The Influence Of Friends On What You Think & Do

Imagine a scenario where all your friends are jumping off a cliff. If everyone jumps, do you jump as well? We know that the correct answer is supposed to be: “No, never! I am an independent thinker, and other people have no influence over me.” However, the truthful answer is, yeah, maybe you do jump. …

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Why You Need To Make Sure To Get Enough Sleep

Why You Need To Make Sure To Get Enough Sleep

In today’s world, a good night’s sleep has become somewhat of a luxury. It has fallen on our list of priorities behind work, chores, social time, and entertainment. Functioning on less sleep has even become badge of honor. We brag to our friends, how little sleep we got last night, like it’s something to be …

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

A therapeutic technique known as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can be an important component of treating drug addiction. In-раtіеnt trеаtmеntѕ rеԛuіrе rеѕіdеntѕ іn a hоѕріtаl оr оthеr treatment fасіlіtу. Out-patient treatments mean thаt the раtіеnt саn lіvе аt hоmе or whеrеvеr аnd thеn juѕt соmе in for therapy оr mееtіngѕ. Mоѕt behavioral therapy treatments can hарреn …

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Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication Assisted Treatment

The medications traditionally used in harm reduction or medication-assisted treatment programs for opiod addiction are Suboxone, Subutex & Sublocade. Suboxone is really made up of two medications with the main med being Buprenorphine. It is a long-lasting opiate. Now why would you take someone off of opiates and put them on more opiates?  Well, Buprenorphine …

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