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Can Big Data Improve Addiction Recovery?

Can Big Data Improve Addiction Recovery?

Addiction recovery professionals are using data to understand how different people are abusing drugs as well as finding more effective treatment. Let’s first look at how big data is helping to understand those addicted to drugs.

5 Red Flags of a Secret Alcoholic

5 Red Flags of a Secret Alcoholic

This article will take a look at five of the biggest warning signs of a secret alcoholic. Keep reading to find out how you can tell if your loved one is hiding a grueling battle with alcoholism.

Debunked: The Myth of the Functioning Addict

Debunked: The Myth of the Functioning Addict

A functioning addict typically believes that they are different than addicts who no longer have it together. But what does this term really mean? How are the effects of their addiction any different?

What to Expect From Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment

What to Expect From Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment

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.

The Role of Sleep in Opiate Addiction Treatment

The Role of Sleep in Opiate Addiction Treatment

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.

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