A long-term outcome study shows alumni of Elements Behavioral Health treatment centers enjoy a dramatic increase in days free of drug or alcohol use, less cravings, and improved mood and quality of life.
When you have a loved one who’s gone through drug rehabilitation and is about to return home, you’re likely to have mixed emotions. Intermingled with the excitement and joy you feel over the homecoming is bound to be an element of fear and uncertainty.
With growing concerns about opioid addiction, many people are leery of taking these drugs after surgery. But even though prolonged pain during the recovery period can lead to an elevated risk of chronic opioid use, that’s no reason to put off or avoid an operation, say the authors of a new study by the Stanford […]
You probably know that lying is very common among those who abuse drugs and alcohol. More likely than not you’ve experienced this first-hand in your loved one. But since it doesn’t get any easier to bear the longer the practice continues, it may be helpful to learn how to spot and deal with lies from […]