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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Addicted to Meth

Methamphetamine is a powerful drug.  Also known as speed, meth, glass, crank, crystal, pow wow, just to name a few.  

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Addiction Life Coach

Footprints of Serenity's primary purpose is to provide an integrative approach towards recovery from active addiction. 

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How Do I Know If I Am An Alcoholic?

It can be difficult to determine if you really you have a drinking problem—especially when denial’s at work. 

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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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Is My Child Abusing Cough Syrup?

Across America a recent survey reported that teens and young adults are abusing cough medication to get high.  This has become one of the top 10 drugs used by adolescents today. 

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Staying Active In Recovery

The mood-enhancing properties of physical activity cannot be ignored.  Alcoholics and addicts sometimes neglect taking care of their bodies and do not exercise as much as they should.  These, self-destructive habits, over time may contribute to a downward spiral right back into addiction.

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Fun In Early Sobriety - Making it Count

One of the most common problems for recovering alcoholics and addicts is learning to have fun without drinking or using drugs.  Many reasons people become addicted to drugs or alcohol are depression, boredom and detachment from life, which are all common factors. 

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What is an Eating Disorder?

Anorexia nervosa is an illness of obsessive self-starvation characterized by: refusal to maintain a minimally normal weight; intense fear of weight gain or being "fat," even when underweight; and distorted perception of the body or denial of the seriousness of the effects of extreme weight loss. 

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Finding a Recovery Companion

Footprints of Serenity's Sober Companions work with Interventionists, Admission Specialists, Physicians, Attorneys, Families, Agents, and anyone else concerned with getting a client to and from treatment.

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What is Cocaine?

Cocaine use is very addicting and can be fatal. Cocaine is presently the most abused major stimulant in America. It has become one of the drugs most frequently involved in emergency hospital visits.

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Getting Into Recovery - Today

Footprints of Serenity is a recovery company helping individuals to become and stay sober.  Each individual is unique, and needs different types of help.  Though many treatment centers point in the same direction, each one has a different way of doing so.  What may work for one individual, may not work for another.

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