Category: Sober living

  • Alcohol vs Weed: Which is Worse? Effects, Risks, Safety, etc

    Some people may consider both substances similar because of how they make you feel. People attribute it to be a social lubricant that allows people to stave off social anxiety and be more outgoing and talkative. Cannabis is more likely to lead to a use disorder where you are habitually or are psychologically addicted to…

  • Expanding the continuum of substance use disorder treatment: Nonabstinence approaches PMC

    Harm reduction therapy has also been applied in group format, mirroring the approach and components of individual harm reduction psychotherapy but with added focus on building social support and receiving feedback and advice from peers (Little, 2006; Little & Franskoviak, 2010). These groups tend to include individuals who use a range of substances and who…

  • Common Body Changes After 1 Year Sober

    We won’t sugar coat it, things can get a little worse before they get better. We have reached the end of our first year of sobriety. There are a huge number of inspirational quotes that reflect this achievement and what it means. Months Sober Physical Changes However, this is a pivotal moment in your journey.…

  • Relapse Prevention: Strategies to Avoid Triggers

    One goal of treatment is to help people learn to recognize the signs of relapse during the early stages to increase the chances of a successful recovery. Addiction Resource is an educational platform for sharing and disseminating information about addiction and substance abuse recovery centers. https://best-10.net/immerse-yourself-in-the-vibrant-colors-and-traditions-of-these-cultural-travel-destinations/ Addiction Resource is not a healthcare provider, nor does…

  • Methadone: 7 things you should know

    These modulators are not approved for human use, and the adverse effects have not been well documented because they are still in clinical trials. Most of the PEDs that athletes and nonathlete weightlifters used before the 1990s were pharmacologic agents approved for medicinal or veterinary use. By the 1990s, various androgen precursors became available over…

  • IVIG Therapy: How It Works and What to Expect

    Skin hygiene was further limited by limited access to running water and soap by those participants who were homeless. Some participants that visited needle exchanges received alcohol swabs as part of their drug kit although reported use was sporadic, even in those with prior personal experience of SBI. Despite underlying knowledge of the potential risk…