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Meditation Therapy for Anxiety Disorders

Many people who suffer from addiction also experience mental illnesses at the same time. For example, anxiety and depression are very common among those considering treatment for addiction. When a dual diagnosis exists, it is important that all conditions are addressed. The following material will discuss the benefits that can come about from meditation therapy…

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Are There Any Neurofeedback Therapy Side Effects?

Neurofeedback is becoming more common in addiction treatment. It’s an outcropping of biofeedback. How does it work? Most importantly, are there any neurofeedback therapy side effects? How Neurofeedback Works This treatment focuses on brainwave activity. It’s non-invasive. When you sit down for a session, the clinician explains the process to you. Next, she attaches sensors…

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How to Find Inner Peace from Yoga Therapy

More and more rehab facilities are adopting a whole-person attitude when working with substance abuse clients. This leads to the combination of evidence-based and holistic care methods. Similarly, many program participants find inner peace from yoga therapy. However, what does this look like? The Advantages of a Whole-Person Approach In the past, detox focused almost…

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Recognizing National Impaired Driving Prevention Month 2018

How often have you had a few drinks and gotten behind the wheel? National Impaired Driving Prevention Month 2018 draws attention to this behavior. You don’t have to be legally drunk to cause an accident. Most importantly, the practice could be an indicator of a drinking problem. Observing National Impaired Driving Prevention Month 2018 December…

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How to Spot Vicodin Addiction Signs

Believe it or not, the prescription drug addiction crisis in the United States is far worse than the heroin epidemic. While heroin is a significant problem in our country, more people die from prescription drug overdoses than heroin. Aside from drugs like benzodiazepines, prescription pain medications like Vicodin are common when it comes to addiction.…

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