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Learn About the Signs of Alcohol Withdrawal

Signs of Alcohol Withdrawal

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Alcoholism is a life-ruining addiction. It kills many and in many ways. The person down with addiction is actually least bothered about his condition and keeps on moving ahead on the path of self-destruction. In fact, in medical terminology, the alcohol-related bodily damage is coined as self-sustained injuries. What makes the matters worse is the … Continued

5 Things to Do in Your First Week in Sober Living

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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

As a newly sober person, you are in complete control of your own destiny. You have the power to make the changes needed to sustain your hard-earned recovery. Your journey towards lifelong sobriety is a process and will be filled with many challenges. To minimize the chances of relapse in your recovery, you need to … Continued

7 Benefits from Yoga and Meditation in Sobriety

7 Benefits of Mediation and Yoga in Recovery

Friday, February 16, 2018

If you have successfully complete drug treatment, it is a milestone and a major accomplishment. While that milestone should be celebrated, the real work in recovery begins once you leave treatment. The stress of daily life can bring cravings and urges to use to the forefront. To minimize the chances of relapse, you must have … Continued

5 Qualities to Look for in Good Sober Supports

5 Qualities to Look for in Good Sober Supports

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

If you have successfully completed a drug treatment problem, it is an accomplishment worth celebrating. You have done all the heavy lifting in overcoming your addiction, but you can not recover alone. The key to long-term sobriety is having a sober support system. Your sober supports will ensure that you have the tools and support … Continued

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