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Auto-Brewery Syndrome in Addiction

Auto-Brewery Syndrome in Addiction

Substance Abuse and Addiction are problems that affect a large portion of the Continental United States, and even worldwide. Expenditures exhausted on medical care for addiction tend to address the superficial addiction and fail to assess underlying medical conditions or issues which could negatively impact the patient and be detrimental to their recovery. Common medical […]

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Alcoholic Hepatitis

How Early Rehab Can Reduce Alcoholic Hepatitis 30 day Hospital Readmission Rate?

Alcoholic Hepatitis is a liver inflammation disease typically contracted by heavy alcohol consumers that have been drinking for years.  It’s a disease that affects around 200,000 American’s annually. Recently, a new study conducted on the disease has changed the way treatment for the condition is viewed.  In a recent response to the study made by […]

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REHABILITATION CENTER

Rehabilitation Center for Alcohol

Alcohol addiction is one of the biggest crises facing public health in the United States as it affects people from all walks of life and continues to be one of the top preventable causes of death (second only to tobacco and a sedentary lifestyle). Because alcohol is legal and drinking socially is an accepted pastime, […]

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HOW TO BEAT ADDICTION AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE IN 2019!

How to beat Addiction and Substance Abuse in 2019!

Its 2019, a New Year!  A time to ponder on all that has been accomplished during the previous 365 days and reflect on both the shortcomings as well as the accomplishments.  The New Year is a time for one to set goals for the upcoming year and aspire to achieve those goals come the following […]

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No Other Substance Has Killed More People Than Alcohol

No Other Substance Has Killed More People Than Alcohol

The dangers of alcohol have been well documented, but a new study released b peer-reviewed medical journal The Lancet has found that alcohol is killing more people around the world than had initially been estimated. The factors that make alcohol so dangerous it is responsible for more deaths than all other drugs combined. This is […]

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Addiction Treatment in the US: Why Aren’t More People Seeking Treatment?

The drug crisis in America is a wildfire raging out of control. Over  23 million Americans (aged 12 and over) are addicted to alcohol and other drugs according to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependency. More people are dying of drug overdoses than from any non-natural cause including guns, suicide and car accidents. […]

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Why you should be Careful in Selecting a Drug or Alcohol Rehab

Rehabilitation centers are where struggling addicts turn to for care.  It’s what parents count on when getting their children the help they need with substance abuse and is where long-term drug abusers get specialized treatment.  Last year alone, in Palm Beach County, there were over 4,600 overdose deaths (a number that has quadrupled in that […]

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Florida Drug and Treatment Facts

Florida Drug & Alcohol Treatment Facts

The Governor of Florida, Rick Scott, Announced the Opioid Epidemic as a Country emergency in 2017. This growth is a result of the increase of opiates being prescribed by doctors and a rise in drug cartel trafficking of heroin and fentanyl. This issue is not unique to Florida but in the early 2000s lax regulations […]

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Alcohol and Drug Recovery Process

Recovering from Drug and Alcohol Addiction in Florida

Whether you reside in the Sunshine State and searching for a drug recovery center alternative or you are seeking to escape from life for a little while you treat your addiction, Florida offers a variety of reasons to guarantee it is your choice for alcohol or drug rehabilitation. From tropical, hot climates to the opportunity […]

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What are the medications used for the treatment of Alcohol use disorder

The terminology Alcohol use disorder refers to a physical and psychological state in which an individual loses control over the consumption volume and frequency. It is a progressive disorder which makes him absolutely dependent on alcohol, even for carrying out his everyday activities. According to Dr. Silkworth he may reach a state, where he can […]

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