How to Prevent Mental Health Relapse
Despite being a common occurrence, most people still associate mental disorders with stigma. Most people presume that mental health disorders are personal weaknesses and negativity. However, mental health issues occur under normal circumstances.
Key Relapse Prevention Coping Skills for Addiction Recovery
Recovering from drug and substance use addiction is a lifelong process that is exhausting, stressful, overwhelming, and very lonely. If you or your loved one just graduated from treatment, you should create a
Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention: Is It Effective for Addicts?
Mindfulness describes a person’s ability and capacity to understand the present fully. From where they are and what they are doing, the concept of mindfulness enables humans to understand their bodily sensations and
Anxiety Treatment Options: Non-Addictive Anxiety Medication
Anxiety and mood disorders are common mental health issues affecting a large population. Even though having anxious feelings is completely normal, especially in stressful situations, those with anxiety disorders experience debilitating stress and
How to Help Loved One with Addiction
Substance use addiction not only affects the person misusing drugs but also everyone around them. If your loved one, friend, or family member is battling addiction, finding ways to help a loved one
How to Prevent Depression Relapse
Though often overlooked, depression is among the leading causes of disability globally. Most people diagnosed with depression seek help from primary care facilities. However, unlike before, the understanding of depression has shifted from
A Place To Be: The Retreat NZ Announces A New Residential Rehab Facility
Media Release With the current demand and anticipated need for rehabilitation care in NZ, the CEO of the charity behind The Retreat NZ, Janet Thompson, announced today that they are expanding their services, opening
The Importance of Exercise in Addiction Recovery
Drug and alcohol addiction often compromises previously important interpersonal, recreational, and occupational activities. However, joining an addiction treatment programme allows addicts to break away from the cycle of drug and substance abuse. Addicted
Coping Skills for Drug and Substance Abuse Recovery
While many people suffering from drug and substance abuse find ways to sobriety, relapse is common. Surprisingly, between 40 and 60% of addicts on their path to recovery relapse. Unfortunately, addiction relapse often
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Relapse can often be part of the journey
Recovering from substance abuse (drug and alcohol abuse) is a continuous process. It takes time for alcohol and substance addicts to manage dependence, handle withdrawal symptoms, and overcome the urge to indulge. Surprisingly,
How Does Family Involvement Support Addiction Recovery?
Recovering from drug and alcohol addiction isn’t a straightforward process. Therefore, anybody who consciously decides to seek professional treatment for drug and substance use addiction should be commended. Such persons voluntarily commit to