Midwest Recovery Centers Blog
Yoga can have plenty of benefits for those recovering from addiction. Read on to see why you should add yoga to your addiction recovery program.
Confronting a loved one to consider prescription drug addiction treatment is a tough battle. I hope those reading this can get an understanding of the treatment process whether it’s to convince a loved one or if you’re the one in need. Here is what you should know.
One factor people often underestimate is the importance of sleep in opiate addiction treatment. At its core, addiction is an illness. And, just like any other illness, proper sleep is necessary to recover from it. Let’s take a look at why sleep is so essential to recovery.
Today, we’re discussing how stereotypes hold us back from truly dealing with addiction head-on, and how we can fight to change them. Ready to learn more? Let’s get started!
Can a harmless drink at the bar with friends turn into a much bigger problem? Is alcohol altering key functions in our brain? What’s the science behind all of this? Keep reading to learn more about the causes of alcoholism.
Drug addiction does rely on an individual’s particular actions and choices, however, it may have more similarities to a chronic affliction than some may believe. Curious as to how? Read on while we take a deeper dive into the science of opiate addiction.
Life after rehab is an ongoing struggle after having to beat the crippling clutches of addiction. The battle has been won but the war rages on. This article will help you understand challenges you’ll face with life after rehab.
Finding something healthy to replace your addiction is a commonly used therapy. A good diet might not completely replace your addiction. But it can help in controlling cravings during recovery. And the best drug rehabilitation methods help control cravings.
Drug addiction can strike anyone at any time. Unfortunately, sometimes that includes people with mental illness. Understanding how to help a drug addict who also has a mental illness takes patience and persistence.
Mindfulness treatment is the idea that becoming self-aware can help control addictive impulses. “Living in the moment,” as some describe it, involves paying attention to the body’s cravings and discerning what emotions, sensations, and thoughts trigger addiction.