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Common Relapse Triggers

Common Relapse Triggers Things like cravings and triggers can remain for weeks, months, or even years after your last use, which is why relapsing is common. A relapse happens when you develop a substance abuse disorder after achieving a period of sobriety and abstinence. Overall, up to 60% of people with a substance abuse disorder …

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Depression Treatment During COVID-19 Pandemic

Depression Treatment During COVID-19 As the stock market dropped to extreme lows recently and the outbreak of COVID-19 intensified, people in the United States began panicking. With already over 275,000 cases worldwide and more than 11,000 deaths, many governors and leaders are requesting that people only go out for essential items. Restaurants are closing their …

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The Real Dangers of Substance Abuse

We knew well before the information age about the dangers of substance abuse. It isn’t a new concern but it is one that we have learned more about over the years. It is also a concern that has grown considerably more dangerous as more drugs now flood the market, the streets, and the country than …

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A Drug and Alcohol Detox Center is the Key to Recovery

Fear of the painful, uncomfortable, and sometimes risky symptoms of withdrawal can keep some people from seeking treatment for drug and alcohol use disorders. While it’s possible to stop using drugs and alcohol without a drug and alcohol treatment center, the DIY method can make withdrawal riskier and more complicated than it is with help. A …

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Decision Made – Staying Sober During The COVID-19 Outbreak

A wise quarantine resolution–stay sober. Yet it may be challenging to keep this promise to yourself. However, staying sober during coronavirus can be difficult especially if you’re someone in recovery or fresh out of treatment. You’ve made your decision to quit using drugs or abusing alcohol. You’ve made your decision to take control of your …

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Isolation Can Give You The Opportunity To Look Inward

Negative Feelings During Isolation. People who are dealing with isolation during this time have been set apart for one reason or another. The fact is everyone is dealing with isolation due to the coronavirus pandemic. We are not interacting with one another in a way that we are familiar with. We are advancing toward a new …

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Can Anxiety Treatment Help During the COVID-19 Crisis?

Those who may respond more strongly to the stress of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) disease outbreak include people who have mental health conditions, including problems with substance use. This is according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). As such, if you’re susceptible to using drugs or alcohol to cope, it is extremely …

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Feeling Loneliness Is A Wake-Up Call

Many people feel lonely during quarantine. Coping with loneliness during quarantine is true for hundreds of thousands, if not millions, right now. COVID-19 presents a difficult challenge for those who are lonely and are struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. Recovery Ranch PA is a resource during this time. We can give you the tools …

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Have You Found Yourself Quarantined With An Alcoholic Spouse?

Problems are easily hidden during quarantine. Being home during quarantine with an alcoholic spouse is not easy. You may not have noticed your spouse was an alcoholic, or you avoided the truth. Now, you cannot avoid your spouse’s alcoholism. You have no distractions, and this unique situation continues to bring you in direct contact with …

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