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January 8, 2021
Why Parents Should Be Involved in Addiction Recovery

Watching your child, no matter their age, battle addiction challenges can be a heartbreaking, frustrating, and overwhelming experience. But research continues to show that family members can help their loved ones achieve and maintain sobriety. Parents have an especially vital role in the recovery process. Now perhaps more than ever, your child needs to see […]

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December 27, 2020
How to Seek Addiction Treatment After a DUI

Being charged and arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) can have a lasting impression on your life. Luckily, receiving a DUI doesn’t have to change your entire life. But the situation is an indication that you do need to pick up the pieces of your life and change your drinking habits. If not, you […]

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December 18, 2020
How Yoga and Mindfulness Promote Addiction Recovery

Yoga and mindfulness are well-known practices traditionally used to calm the mind and foster inner peace. But many recovery programs use these practices as alternative therapies to help treat addiction challenges. In addition to strengthening the mind, yoga and mindfulness can improve emotional regulation, teach self-discipline, boost impulse control, and better physical health. In addition […]

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December 18, 2020
5 Ways multi-faceted Treatment Can Promote Addiction Recovery

Addiction doesn’t just affect the mind and body. The excessive use of harmful substances can also weaken the human spirit, making individuals feel lost, unloved, and purposeless. But multi-faceted programs, like the one we offer here at Genesis Recovery, can help restore broken spirits, rekindle faith, and help individuals live meaningful and purposeful lives. Often, […]

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December 4, 2020
Why Do People Abuse Painkillers?

In part because of their esteemed ability to relieve pain, abuse of painkillers is on the rise in the United States. Every day, an estimated 128 Americans die from opioid overdose. Just last year, more than 1.3 million people in America developed an addiction to prescription pain relievers. Another 1.6 million Americans had an opioid […]

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November 30, 2020
5 Benefits of Quitting Marijuana

Even though several states in America have legalized marijuana, smoking or vaping the drug, also known as “cannabis” and “weed,” remains a potentially addictive habit. Marijuana, like any addictive substance, can cause significant damage to the brain and body. Even though marijuana produces temporary feelings of euphoria that makes users feel relaxed and less anxious, […]

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November 24, 2020
Steps To Take When Receiving Help for Drug Addiction

Seeking out help for drug addiction can make you feel like your world has been turned upside down. For example: At times, the magnitude of this change might feel overwhelming. Luckily, there are a number of steps you can take to make the process of receiving help for drug addiction challenges even easier. 5 Practical […]

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November 22, 2020
What Effects Do Stimulants Have on the Body and Brain?

Stimulant drugs are some of the most commonly misused substances in the United States. In fact, in 2019, more than 4 million Americans misused prescription stimulants. Even more Americans misused illicit stimulants like cocaine, amphetamine, methamphetamine, and ecstasy. When first consumed, stimulants, also called “uppers,” energize the body, making users feel alert, vigilant, zealous, and […]

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November 14, 2020
Why Do Alcoholics Drink?

Moderate drinkers can consume alcohol and go days, weeks, or even years before they have another drink. Alcoholics cannot. When someone has an addiction to alcohol, drinking becomes an essential part of their life. Alcoholics might even prioritize drinking over family obligations, work, financial responsibilities, and social gatherings with friends. In many ways, consuming alcohol […]

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November 13, 2020
How Harmful is Cocaine?

Even though cocaine heightens activity in the body, making you feel temporarily alert and energetic, this drug is highly addictive and incredibly harmful. After speeding up your central nervous system, cocaine can leave you feeling paranoid, irritable, depressed, lethargic, weak, foggy-brained, shaky, and exhausted. Essentially, the drug leaves you feeling dejected, hopeless, and pessimistic, which […]

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