Our five senses are all susceptible to being triggered by memories sending signals to our brains and bodies of our […]

Lakeview Health 
| December 9, 2011

While chronic alcohol abuse can damage a persons brain if one is able to achieve long term sobriety from alcoholism it will allow a persons brain ample time to recover from the damage that was caused.

Lakeview Health 
| October 10, 2011

If you have answered yes to any of the following questions then you may be struggling with alcoholism and it may be time to take action to give yourself the life you deserve.

Lakeview Health 
| September 13, 2011

Children often get the short end of the stick when it comes to drug addiction and alcohol abuse. Parents who suffer from addiction are likely not going to be able to care for their children the way they should. Often children are taken from their homes and put in the care of the state. This could be avoided if parents who fight with addiction would get the help they needed.

Lakeview Health 
| May 5, 2011

Recovering from the disease of alcoholism is by no means an easy task. With the help of a quality drug and alcohol rehab program recovering is possible. The aftercare program that an addiction treatment center offers is essential in helping their clients achieve a long lasting meaningful sobriety.

Lakeview Health 
| March 24, 2011

Alcohol is socially acceptable making it the most abuse drug in the world. Detoxing from alcohol can be dangerous. With a medically supervised detox followed by quality addiction treatment over coming the disease of addiction is going to be extremely difficult.

Lakeview Health 
| March 17, 2011

Percocet addiction often starts as a result of an individual being prescribed the drug by a physician in order to alleviate some sort of pain. Once addicted to Percocet self will will not be enough. Drug rehab will help teach an individuals the tools necessary in order to obtain long-term abstinence to Percoce

Lakeview Health 
| November 29, 2010

Alcohol addiction is a very serious disease that effects millions of people throughout the country. Left untreated alcohol addiction can lead to various health issues including death as well as problems with employment, family dynamics.

Lakeview Health 
| October 5, 2010