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      Putting Recovery On The Map

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      How to Quit Cocaine

        As with any substance use disorder it is important to realize that change doesn’t happen until one reaches the realization (often through the consequences of multiple unwanted outcomes) that he or she is physically and psychologically dependent on something that is rendering them virtually powerless. The ability to choose whether to continue to use … Continued

      09-10-20 | By

      The Signs of Overdose And What To Do

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      A drug overdose, commonly known as an OD, can occur when drug users consume too large an amount of medication or illegal drug. As a result of a lack of oxygen in the brain, the heightened amount of drugs or medications in an individuals system overwhelms their basic functioning. Signs of overdose and symptoms may … Continued

      07-27-20 | By

      How Does Alcohol Affect Sleep?

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      One of the biggest misconceptions by drinkers and non-drinkers alike is that it doesn’t affect sleep. But how does alcohol affect sleep? About 20% of Americans use alcohol to help them fall asleep, and an estimated 10 million people consult doctors for sleep disorders. Alcohol does help us fall asleep faster, but it also prevents … Continued