When to Ask for Help With AddictionAddiction is not an easy thing to deal with, and one of the more difficult aspects is knowing when to ask for help with addiction issues. It's not like asking for directions (which many people find difficult to do), and it's not like asking
Opioid Addiction EpidemicSome people say there is an opioid addiction epidemic. Is there? The NIH thinks so, and according to their data, there seems to be no doubt.
From NIH (National Institute on Drug Abuse)The following paragraphs represent data taken directly from the NIH website. Several factors are
What is Alcoholism?Alcoholism is a disease that eventually affects almost every part of your body, including parts of the brain that control your feelings, the way you make decisions, and the way you act or react with those around you. People with alcoholism have difficulty controlling how much they drink.
New Inpatient Rehab Center-TexasInto Action Recovery Centers is proud to announce the grand opening of our new facility, located on the corner of Medical Center Drive and El Camino Real. In addition to the new building, we have utilized this as a means to increase the quality of care provided
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new website. Searching for then finding a suitable center when seeking addiction treatment is not easy. We designed our website so that it is easy to navigate and provides the necessary information to make this vital choice. The information on our
How Long Should I Stay at Rehab?If you have any intentions of getting real help for your loved one, whether that be a son, daughter, spouse, family member, or friend, you need to know right off the bat that thirty days is not long enough. So, the question you might
Cody’s TestimonialMy name is Cody, I’m from Newark, New Jersey and am 24 years old. I probably started drinking and using when I was 22. Within two years my life spiraled out of control. Before coming to Into Action Recovery Centers, I was homeless and
Alcohol withdrawal symptoms usually occur within 8 hours after the last drink, but can occur days later. Symptoms usually peak in the 1st thru 3rd day, but may go on for weeks. Amount of alcohol addiction will affect withdrawal symptoms that can range from mild to life threatening. Because of