Category Archives: Sober living

Recovery and Recovery Support

The endpoint is voluntary control over use and reintegration into the roles and responsibilities of society. Shortly after substance use is stopped, people may experience withdrawal, the onset of unpleasant physical and psychological symptoms —from irritability to shakiness helping vs enabling to nausea; delirium and seizures in severe cases. If you have any questions, concerns, […]

Alcohol use disorder Diagnosis and treatment

Most residential treatment programs include individual and group therapy, support groups, educational lectures, family involvement, and activity therapy. If you’re a long-term, heavy drinker, you may need medically supervised detoxification. Talk to your doctor or an addiction specialist to learn more. Medical experts now use the term “alcohol use disorder” rather than “alcohol abuse” to […]

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