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Will I Succeed in Rehab if I’m Antisocial?

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Because you are making such a significant investment in your well-being by getting rehab for your addiction, you will want to make sure...

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Learning to Trust the Method in Treatment

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To get the most of your treatment experience, it is important that you trust the various activities in which you will be involved. However,...

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Why You Should Be Involved in Your Rehab’s Alumni Program

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After treatment, you may feel very vulnerable and a bit anxious about succeeding in recovery without the support of your structured rehab...

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3 Ways to Prepare Yourself for Rehab

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Even though our culture is becoming more aware of addiction, rehab, and relapse, you should feel proud that you have the courage to seek...

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Reviewing CBT

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If you are considering treatment for your mental health and/or substance abuse disorder, then you have probably heard about cognitive...

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A Snapshot of Rehab

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There are many aspects of rehab and it may be difficult to navigate through the various options to make the right decision for you. To...

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4 Things to Know Before Shopping for Rehab

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The right rehab program is critical for your success in getting sober and maintaining recovery. Invest as much time as is necessary to...

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How Much Do I Have to Tell My Therapist in Rehab?

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Addiction treatment is the primary way to recover from addiction and lead a happier, healthier, more productive life. Take full advantage...

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How Long Do Medications in Rehab Take to Work?

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The idea of using medications to augment addiction treatment causes concern for some people. The idea of replacing one drug with another...

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3 Common Complaints About Rehab and How to Gauge Their Accuracy

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You should feel proud of the personal strength that it took to overcome the powerful grip that addiction, as well as denial, justification,...

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How Do I Know If My Loved One Has Really Changed After Rehab

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Clinical studies suggest that 40% to 60% of recovering addicts relapse in the first year after rehab. The relapse rate epitomizes the...

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Is It Worth Paying Out-of-Pocket Costs for Rehab?

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When you finally come to the point that you recognize your drug addiction, you have a choice. You can decide to get help, or you can remain...

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Why Structure Is Important In Rehab

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Structure is an arrangement of parts into an overall design, and it can refer to buildings, families, programs and other organized systems....

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What Rehab Insurance Options Are Available for Low-Income Patients?

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Addiction is a costly disease. According to the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, Americans spend in excess of $100...

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What Is the Next Step After Addiction Treatment?

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Professional addiction treatment is the most effective way to address a substance abuse problem. A customized plan is designed for each...

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Are There Music-Based Therapies for Rehab?

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The National Institute on Drug Abuse stresses the importance of matching treatment to patients’ individual needs and characteristics. For...

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Why Didn’t Rehab Work the First Time?

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An Addiction journal study in 2006 noted that short-term relapse rates might exceed 80% for untreated alcohol abusers while the rate of...

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The Benefits of Recreation During Rehab

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Rehab centers treat recovering addicts with numerous services, which potentially include integrated mental health care, individual and...

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Am I Limited to a Specific Type of Job After Rehab?

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Are recovering addicts limited to specific types of jobs? Not necessarily, but there are certain professions that a recovering addict may...

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Motivation to Get Clean

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Going through rehab to get clean and stay clean can be intimidating and scary. You may be afraid of what others will think. You might worry...

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The Importance of Wellness in Rehab

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Breaking an addiction is an individualized process, so what works for one person may not benefit another. At professional recovery centers,...

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Common Excuses for Leaving Rehab and Why You Should Ignore Them

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Addiction is a powerful disease and recovery, especially in the early stages, can be both physically and emotionally challenging. When...

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Importance of Peer Support in Rehab

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The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines a peer as “one that is of equal standing with another.”  In the context of an illness, a peer...

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How to Transition to Employment after Addiction Rehab

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An addiction to painkillers or other drugs can seriously affect a person’s behavior. Addicts typically become obsessed with taking and...

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Can I Watch TV during Inpatient Rehab?

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When people go to rehab, they make an investment both in money and in time. They even make emotional investments while exploring their...

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Can I Use the Internet during Inpatient Rehab?

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The internet can be a great resource; however, if you are trying to overcome an addiction in inpatient treatment, it is important that you...

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What Are My Options for Court-Ordered Addiction Services?

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State and local governments are increasingly offering mandatory addiction treatment as an alternative to incarceration. If they attend...

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Why Is a Rehab Center’s Staff to Patient Ratio Important?

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There are many aspects of a rehab center that reveal if it is the right place for you. The staff-to-patient ratio is one of the aspects to...

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What to Expect during the First Week of Inpatient Drug Rehabilitation

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Inpatient rehab was developed for patients whose substance abuse is so all-consuming that they must be removed from their environments in...

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How Inpatient Rehab Can Positively Affect Emotional Health

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Emotional health depends on many physiological and behavioral issues that can stem from sickness, stress, substance abuse, hereditary...

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Homesickness during Inpatient Rehab

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Many people experience homesickness during inpatient rehab. The intense emotions associated with the healing and recovery process may cause...

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