Find Safety in Numbers this Holiday Season at Rehab

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Every holiday season is a time for friends and family to gather together and enjoy each other’s company. For those fighting a drug or alcohol abuse disorder, the holidays can bring temptations to fall back into patterns of self-destructive behavior with drugs or alcohol.  This year, however, is certainly different than any other in recent

5 Benefits of Addiction Counseling

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If you suffer from alcohol or drug use disorders, you may be seeking an addiction counseling treatment program. Lakeview Health offers men’s and women’s gender-responsive treatment based on proven scientific data. Learn more about the benefits of addiction counseling and our treatment center in Jacksonville, Florida, where we offer a variety of addiction therapy programs. 

How to Be a Supportive Sibling During Addiction Recovery

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If you recently found out that your brother or sister is starting an addiction recovery program, you are likely to wonder how you can be a supportive sibling during this process. Most people want to help loved ones when they are dealing with a difficult situation. Here are some ways you can be supportive when

COVID FAQs

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COVID-19 and the novel coronavirus that causes it have raised a broad range of important questions across the globe, especially within the recovery community. Will I be safe in an addiction treatment facility? How can recovery take place in isolation? Fortunately, doctors and research scientists have been working on the problems relating to COVID since

Can You Die From Xanax Withdrawal?

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Abusing Xanax has several serious consequences, but quitting may bring its own side effects. Your mind and body might have a hard time handling these. Thankfully, you don’t have to go through this experience alone. It takes incredible bravery to stand up to your addiction and fight for your life back. We’re here to help. At

Signs of Teen Binge Drinking

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Binge drinking is far more than just enjoying a glass or two of wine in the evenings or knocking back a couple of cocktails on occasion. Binge drinking is defined as excessive alcohol use, and it is when individuals consume four or more alcoholic beverages in under two hours. Unfortunately, binging on alcohol is increasingly

The Importance of Medical Detox

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If you’re seeking out addiction treatment for your loved one, it’s crucial to understand that they may require the full continuum of care. In many cases, the beginning of a comprehensive addiction treatment plan is medical detox. Understanding the importance of medical detox will allow you to make educated decisions on the care of your

Building Self-Esteem in Drug Rehab

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Why is it so hard to get rid of all the terrible events that we have experienced from our past? Throw addiction into the mix, and you have the perfect recipe for poor self-esteem. Poor self-esteem contributes to you seeking substance abuse to self-medicate and eventually finding that you need drug rehab. Your self-esteem first

Are Parents to Blame for Prescription Drug Abuse?

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When you’re raising teenagers, it can be difficult navigating the topics of substance abuse and peer pressure. For some parents, discussing these topics head-on seems like the best approach. They believe that having conversations will help inform their loved one and prevent addiction. Other parents tend to choose to not talk to their teens about

Recovery from Drug and Alcohol Addiction

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Recovering from addiction is not an easy feat. Many who have been able to achieve long term sobriety relapsed once or more before they were able to put together quality, long-term sobriety. If you are battling addiction and having a tough time it is important to keep trying and not give up.