Category Archives: Addiction Recovery

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  • Yoga for Back Pain and Chronic Pain Management
    August 3, 2018
    Yoga is well-known for its meditative qualities and is highly encouraged for those who wish to improve their flexibility and balance. However, the less obvious benefits associated with yoga are plentiful; for example, it may be used to treat bad posture as well as reduce symptoms of anxiety or...
  • Nicotine Addiction in Combination with Drug and Alcohol Dependence
    July 23, 2018
    It is quite common for someone who is addicted to drugs and/or alcohol to also be addicted to nicotine. Addiction is a constant struggle to keep a comfortable amount of a certain chemical in your bloodstream, and nicotine – especially when smoking cigarettes – is a perfect example of...
  • Signs You’re Living with a Functional Drug Addict
    June 29, 2018
    Addicts are generally depicted as people who have turned to illegal substances and have hit rock-bottom. They have been stereotyped as individuals who come from dysfunctional households, earn meager income, and are school dropouts. Addicts are usually assumed to be violent and angry people who are either high or...
  • Best Books on Addiction Recovery to Help You in Early Sobriety
    June 25, 2018
    Even in a primarily digital age, books still hold a lot of power. The power of books can help you to look deeply into yourself and recognize traits that are holding you back or can give you ideas on how and what to change about yourself to achieve desired...
  • Getting Off Suboxone: Do I Need Addiction Treatment and Detox?
    June 9, 2018
    If you have struggled with opiate addiction, you may have begun a medically assisted detox program that utilizes Suboxone to minimize withdrawal symptoms. While this method can benefit those who begin the program with a taper down program. However, many people begin a treatment program that simply replaces the...
  • Is Your Husband Hiding Addiction?
    May 22, 2018
    Wives with husbands who are struggling with addiction often find it difficult to understand why their spouses are attempting to hide their addictions from them. In many cases, a wife believes her husband is intentionally trying to hide his addiction from her with mischievous intentions or to prevent her...
  • Nutritional Deficiencies and Substance Abuse: Nutrition in Addiction Recovery
    May 10, 2018
    Nutrition is closely tied to substance abuse and addiction. While using drugs and alcohol, poor nutrition makes changes to the way the body and brain function. These changes and the deficiency of vitamins and nutrients in the body are one of the root causes of the negative symptoms that...
  • Explore the Arizona Summer: Enjoying Addiction Treatment and Therapy in Arizona’s Outdoors
    May 1, 2018
    At Reflections Recovery, we are gearing up for what will be a memorable summer for the guests that will be staying with us in the coming months. As part of our ongoing experiential and adventure therapy program, we are planning trips throughout Arizona for the summer. Our men’s rehab...
  • The Science of Addiction Cravings and Preventing Relapse
    March 5, 2018
    Brain Science Explains Addiction Cravings Psychology explains that cravings are common, often coming from a place of incompleteness or a need for relief from suffering. The feeling of incompleteness — feeling inadequate, flawed or fundamentally lacking in some way — can be a source of great psychological pain for...
  • The Benefits of Outpatient Addiction Treatment
    February 19, 2018
    What Is Outpatient Rehabilitation? Outpatient addiction treatment has a multitude of benefits and can be a successful form of addiction rehabilitation as a main recovery program or as part of the larger continuum of care. What is outpatient rehab? Outpatient rehab or addiction treatment is a good option for...