Relapse

Dealing with a relapse is difficult and can be a depressing and troublesome time for  an alcoholic or addict.  It is definitely a good idea to take charge and recognize that doing something about it sooner is better than doing something later.  If you or a loved one seems to have hit a relapse, it is essential to uncover it and deal with it full on.  Most addicts have a difficult time admitting their relapse and having a realization that they should seek help instead of going on another bender.  

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Study Finds Spouses of Alcoholics Can Benefit From Online Help

Women married to men with alcohol abuse problems can face a slew of problems themselves, with finding support for their situation near the top of the list.

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Meditation May Reduce A Drug Users Relapse

Many people who undergo treatment for addiction will relapse and begin to use drugs again when their therapy and treatment has ended. Although, a new study suggests that meditation techniques may help prevent such a relapse. 

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Alcohol & Drug Relapse

Dealing with a relapse is difficult and can be a depressing and troublesome time for  an alcoholic or addict.

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12 Step Fellowships - Getting Help Outside of Treatment

12 Step Fellowships are widely recognized as one of the best community resources available for individuals recovering from alcoholism, drug addiction, and many other disorders.  Millions of people have recovered from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body.

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Meth Use - A Big Problem For The Heart

Methamphetamine, an intense drug that causes feelings of pleasure.  It also causes many unpleasant feelings.  Chronic Meth use causes sever damage to many of the bodes organ, including the heart.

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Triggers, Relapse & Prevention

Triggers for relapse are classified as environmental, re-exposure and stress triggers.  Stimuli that cause a neuro-chemical response that immediately induces cravings for alcohol or drugs that may lead to a relapse for someone in recovery. 

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