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8 Ways to Fight Sugar Addiction and Live a Healthier Life

The idea of sugar being an addiction may be hard for many to grasp, especially for those in recovery. However, Americans are consuming an average of 160 pounds of refined sugar per person a year. Refined sugar is actually considered by cardiovascular researchers to have properties similar to cocaine. In fact, a 2012 study in . . . . Continue Reading


Does it Matter Why Someone Goes to Rehab?

In my opinion, the answer to this question is a simple ‘no’…it really doesn’t matter why someone goes to rehab. But I’ll explain further in the content below. First, I’d like to share a bit of my own story, being that I was once an actively using drug addict and I went to rehab as . . . . Continue Reading


6 Surprising Things I Learned in Florida Sober Living

The Sunshine State has so much to offer people in recovery, and Florida Sober Living is the best way to adapt to a new area while working on maintaining sobriety. I personally put a lot of value on my experiences through living in a Florida Sober Living facility. Not only does Florida Sober Living provide . . . . Continue Reading


Substance Abuse Treatment for Women in Sanford, FL

What is substance abuse? Substance abuse is a medical condition and is defined as a patterned use of a substance or drug in which a person uses the drug, or drugs, in doses or in ways that are harmful to themselves or to others. It is also commonly called drug abuse, and is further described . . . . Continue Reading


Substance Abuse Treatment for Women in Bonita Springs, FL

Before we discuss substance abuse treatment for women in Bonita Springs, FL, we will explain what substance abuse – and the related disease of addiction – really is. Substance Abuse: It’s a Medical Condition Substance abuse is a pattern of use of a substance – where the person uses the drug, or drugs, in doses . . . . Continue Reading


10 Signs it’s time to find a new sober house

It can be really challenging to know when it’s time to make some changes in your sober living environment. My best advice is to speak with your sponsor and supports and get their opinion but I’ve made a list of 10 signs it’s time to find a new sober house. 10 Signs it’s time to . . . . Continue Reading


Substance Abuse Treatment for Women in Venice, FL

Substance Abuse is a Medical Condition Substance abuse treatment for women in Venice, FL helps people who are abusing drugs and alcohol and cannot stop because they are physically dependent and/or addicted. These programs combine the use of certain medication and therapeutic approaches, such as cognitive behavioral therapy and other talk therapies. Substance abuse is . . . . Continue Reading


Substance Abuse Treatment for Women in Juno Beach, FL

Substance abuse, which is also called drug abuse, is a defined as a pattern of use of a drug that leads to physical and psychological consequences. Substance abuse is a medical condition that involves tolerance to a drug as well as to other medical conditions: dependence and addiction. Substance abuse treatment is available for those . . . . Continue Reading


Substance Abuse Treatment for Women in Sawgrass, FL

What is Substance Abuse Treatment for Women in Sawgrass? Substance abuse treatment involves several levels of treatment: detox – where you will be treated for the physical dependence to drugs and alcohol through the use of medication; rehab – where you will receive behavioral therapies in order to learn about your drug use patterns as . . . . Continue Reading


Substance Abuse Treatment for Women in Florida

What is Substance Abuse Treatment for Women in Florida? Substance Abuse Treatment for Women in Florida helps women who are addicted to drugs and alcohol stop the compulsive and obsessive drinking and drug using behaviors that they have developed and gotten stuck in. Substance abuse treatment involves several levels of care: detox – where you . . . . Continue Reading


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