Bill Urell is an addictions therapist at a leading residential treatment center. He teaches healthy life styles and life skills as a component of holistic addictions treatment. His websites cover areas of professional and personal interests.
Can spirituality help in addiction recovery? How can we define spirituality This article gives solid examples of how spirituality can help in drug and alcohol recovery, and suggests a slightly different concept of spirituality.
Can a problem drinker or alcohol user drink safely by controlling their drinking? This is not a simple question to answer, in that many do not understand the concepts of social use, substance abue and addiction. We will untangle these in this article.
The need for addiction treatment may be evaluated by answering 5 easy questions. They should be answered 'yes' in order to move to the next question. A 'no' answer identifies a bump in the road to recovery and will require some work.
In order for alcohol addiction recovery to occur, three ideas must merge together. Alcoholism recovery can be very complex or paradoxically, very simple. Here are three easily undrestood factors that should come together to have a goodchance of success and lifelong alcohol abstinence:
Being new in drug addiction recovery is not easy. Everything seems to take forever. We wonder will we ever 'get it'. Here are some proactive action steps you can employ to help things along.
Here are some actions that are most strongly suggested, in order to continue to be successful in drug addiction recovery for the long term.
While it can seem quite intimidating to ask questions about a drug rehab program, you must in order to find the right one for you.There are many different types of drug rehab programs available. You must find the right program for you.
Drug and alcohol addiction is never suffered alone. Drug abuse affects all walks of society. Whether you or someone you care about is struggling with a dependency- there is effective treatment available. Listed below are basic questions to guide you on the way to recovery.
Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome is a delayed clearing of drug and alcohol withdrawal symptoms they are a little known and seldom discussed dager to recovery.
Do you know the differences and possible dangers a social drinker, alcohol abuse or alcoholic? Where do you fit in? You will know after reading this article.
The majority of people who drink alcohol can do so with few or no problems. When problems do start occurring they can rapidly escalate. for these people the drinking problem is progressive, it gets progressively worse.