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Posts tagged ‘Alcohol Rehab’

What is so Special About Drug Rehab in Orange County

Written on: August 18th, 2009 By:

What is so Special About Drug Rehab in Orange County? If you or a loved one needs help to overcome alcoholism and drug addiction, it’s time to find out what’s special about drug rehab in Orange County. Orange County offers some of the top drug rehab centers in the country and the leading treatment center […]

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Inpatient Drug Rehab in Orange County

Written on: August 18th, 2009 By:

Inpatient Drug Rehab in Orange County If you are struggling with alcoholism or drug addiction, it won’t get better on its own nor will it go away by itself. Addiction is progressive and the consequences become greater and greater over time. Loss of relationships, employment, career opportunities, financial status, material possessions and ultimately, your freedom […]

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Why Drug Rehab AfterCare Matters

Written on: August 18th, 2009 By:

Why Drug Rehab Aftercare Matters The period of time following drug rehab offers the greatest chance for relapse. Leaving the safe, sober environment of inpatient drug rehab and returning to the familiar places and people where you used to drink or use can be slippery. This is why SouthCoast Recovery offers continued support following 30-day […]

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Best California Drug Rehab for You

Written on: August 18th, 2009 By:

Best California Drug Rehab for You Getting sober can ultimately be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life. At SouthCoast Recovery, we understand being in a California drug rehab for problems resulting from alcoholism or drug addiction isn’t something you’re likely to be happy about…yet. When researching the best California drug rehab for […]

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Am I an Alcoholic

Written on: June 29th, 2009 By:

Am I an Alcoholic? No one utters the phrase, “Am I an alcoholic?” without having some serious reservations. This is not only because alcoholism is a disease that carries the major symptom of denial which shields the serious nature of it from the user, but also because the stigma associated with alcoholism is not a […]

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Modern Drug Rehab

Written on: June 29th, 2009 By:

Modern Drug Rehab Modern drug rehab offers much more in the form of drug and alcohol treatment modalities than even just a few years ago. Whereas the general approach was predominantly based on the 12-step format and group therapy, the induction of holistic therapies into the traditional form of drug rehab has led to more […]

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Alcohol and Drug Rehab

Written on: June 29th, 2009 By:

Alcohol and Drug Rehab The common misconception about alcoholism and drug addiction is that it’s a choice brought about by lack of morality and will-power combined with a hedonistic attitude toward life. The truth is that however drug and alcohol use started, at a certain point an individual crosses an invisible line when it’s no […]

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Alcohol and Nutrition

Written on: June 15th, 2009 By:

Alcohol and Nutrition By the time an individual seeks help for alcoholism, food has long ceased to be a primary focus. Most people entering drug rehab for alcoholism are malnourished and suffer from nutritional deficiencies. Alcohol irritates the lining of the stomach where the absorption of vitamins and minerals occurs. This can result in gastrointestinal […]

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Written on: June 15th, 2009 By:

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Drug addiction and alcoholism are often used interchangeably under the umbrella of addiction but they are not the same.  Someone who needs treatment needs to be properly evaluated and diagnosed with one or both disorders. Someone who has both alcoholism and drug addiction may be referred to as an alcoholic-addict, dually […]

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Al anon and Drug Rehab

Written on: May 21st, 2009 By:

Al-anon and Drug Rehab Al-anon is for family members of alcoholics and is generally introduced during drug rehab. It also utilizes a 12-step program for overcoming some of the behavioral traits and patterns that develop after living with an alcoholic for a period of time. Al-anon was started by Lois Wilson, the wife of Bill […]

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