With such a clear connection between anxiety and drug use, it’s important to understand how anxiety disorders work and why substance use is so often connected to our mental health.
Unfortunately, sleeping pills can be habit-forming and addictive, so it’s important to understand which medication you are taking and the long-term risks of its use. To help, we’ve put together some commonly asked questions about sleeping pills and their addictive properties.
While we can make major progress within a treatment program, the situation is different when we re-enter our everyday lives. Without the same level of structure and support, it becomes easier for us to succumb to triggers and even relapse. Here are four strategies to deal with addictive triggers in the real world.
If you have been diagnosed with alcohol use disorder then the answer is yes, one drink counts as a relapse. Because addiction is a chronic condition, there is no cure, and no cure means managing your disease one day at a time for the remainder of your life.
Navigating addiction recovery with potentially months of social distancing ahead seems daunting. Let’s take a look at what’s working in some recovery communities and what help is available for those struggling.
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