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      Putting Recovery On The Map

      Author: Edward Zawadzki

      Edward Zawadzki, D.O. is FAPA Forensic Psychiatrist, and Medical Director of Beach House Center for Recovery, a drug and alcohol addiction rehabilitation center in Juno Beach, Florida. Dr. Zawadzki has won multiple awards in honor of his contributions to the field of addiction psychiatry, both in patient care and in neuropsychological research. He has also authored numerous publications in respected academic journals.

      Posts by Dr. Edward Zawadzki:

      07-08-16 | By Edward Zawadzki

      Natural Highs vs. Drug Highs: Understanding the Differences and Similarities

      In 2008, German researchers finally proved that running releases endorphins in the body—and human beings are programmed to love endorphins. As a natural opiate, they act as painkillers, intuitively treating our worn bodies when we’re in need. In another study, active mice were found to have less anxiety and a higher tolerance for pain than inactive … Continued