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It’s Time to Begin the “Action Phase“ of Your Recovery
“It’s no accident you found this site.You found this site because you are now ready to enter the “Action Phase” of your recovery and break your “Addiction Cycle” of drug and alcohol abuse.In the “Action Phase” of your recovery you will begin the process of getting your life back with a”dual approach” method that treats addiction for both your mind and body. The first method of treatment in the “dual approach” is to break your “Addiction Cycle” with a medical assisted detox to eliminate cravings during withdrawal.
Break Your Cycle of Drug and Alcohol Abuse
Once cravings for your addiction problem have been eliminated, you will start a “Recovery Cycle” and can now focus on correcting the behavior thatfuels your drugs or alcohol abuse problem as you enter the second phase of your treatment.The second part of “dual approach” treatment program is customized therapy that will help you develop the coping skills you need for long-term success with addiction.
Start the “Action Phase” of Your Recovery
To begin the “Action Phase” of your recovery please call our detox hotline at 877-635-3871 and speak with a rehab specialist who can help you get started with treatment.You’re ready to take action…. we have a solution… all you need to do now is call our treatment helpline to start your recovery.”Dennis Perkins
“Addiction is a treatable disease… not a moral failing”
Your Drug and Alcohol Abuse Problem
May Be More Serious Than You Realize
Unfortunately, there is no real distraction between drug and alcohol abuse and serious addiction. It’s very likely that you have already crossed that line and are not even aware of it. While the frequency… or quantity… of your drug and alcohol abuse doesn’t always indicate an issue with addiction… they are usually signs of problems that are likely having a negative impact on your daily life. Either way, you’ve probably reached the point where you need to take immediate action for your drugs or alcohol abuse problem in the form of addiction treatment so you can get your life back on track. Your drugs or alcohol problem is a complex medical disorder… and not a persona failing… characterized by compulsive use that is beyond your control. While each drug or alcoholic drink produces various physical effects, excessive drug and alcohol abuse has one disturbing element in common when it comes to addiction and treatment: repeated use of drugs and alcohol changes the way your brain looks… functions… and operates.
Important Fact About Drug and Alcohol Abuse
Drug and alcohol abuse causes a surge in the levels of dopamine in your brain, which in turn triggers feelings of extreme pleasure.Your brain recalls these feelings and wants them constantly repeated.
Once you become addicted, the craving for these substances from your brain takes on the same significance for survival as eating and drinking.
Your mind will find ways to deny or excuse your drug and alcohol abuse problem due to constant cravings. This will cause you to misjudge the amount of intake… and the level of control… you have over your drugs or alcohol usage.
Unless properly treated… cravings from drugs or alcohol abuse will continue to grow more powerful than anything else… including your family, friends, job, and eventually your own health and happiness. You found this site because you have a problem and need treatment for your drug or alcohol addiction. Now that you’ve acknowledged your addiction problem isn’t time that you to take immediate action and enter the “Action Phase” of your recovery process? Although it may seem both frightening and overwhelming to confront your drug and alcohol abuse problem head on, finding the right treatment program will make this new transition in your life a much easier process. Our approach of using a medically assisted detox to reduce cravings during withdrawal… combined with a customized therapy program to help you change the destructive behavior patterns that fuel your addiction… make a life-changing recovery from your drug and alcohol abuse problems easily within reach. You’ve already taken the first courageous steps in recognizing that you have a problem… now you’re just a phone call away from entering the “Action Phase” of your recovery and getting your life back.
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Medications for Drug and Alcohol AbuseReduces Cravings During Detox The first step in the “Action Phase” of treating your drug and alcohol abuse problem is to find the right prescription medication that will eliminate your cravings during detox. Using medication to eliminate cravings during detox is vital because when you first start recovery your brain sends constant signals for more of the substance that caused your addiction. In the “Early Rehabilitation” phase of treatment, you need to find the right medication to help reduce your cravings during withdrawal so you can stay on the path towards recovery. Most people addicted to drugs or alcohol will have a higher success rate when given medication to eliminate cravings during detox. Eliminating cravings during withdrawal with a medically assisted detox makes it possible to have a successful start to your recovery along with providing significant long-term benefits.
Benefits of Medical Detox for Drug and Alcohol Abuse
After you start your medically assisted detox your brain will begin functioning at a much higher level so you can immediately begin the process of getting your life back on track.
Once you’re brain is free from drug and alcohol cravings during withdrawal you can focus on therapy to eliminate the destructive behavior that fuels your addiction problem.
Medication used to combat addiction will allow you to develop the specific coping skills you need for long-term sobriety and greatly reduce any chance of a relapse.
A big part of your focus in the “Action Phase” of recovery is to find the right long-term treatment program for your addiction problem. Our treatment program includes medication to help you with cravings during detox for your specific addiction problem, combined with counseling that can help you develop the coping skills you need for long-term recovery from addiction. Want To Know More About Medication for Addiction?Call the Addiction Treatment Helpline
Insurance Providers for Drug and Alcohol Treatment Our goal at Helpinghands-Rehab is to place you in the right treatment program based on your needs and particular addiction problem. The cost of treatment shouldn’t stop you… or a loved one… from receiving the best care possible so you can start the process of recovery and get your life back on track. We have aligned our self with the finest doctors, counselors, therapist, and rehab specialist practicing in the field of drug and alcohol addiction so you can have the best treatment possible. You will find a list below that includes some of the health care providers we work with for the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction. Now that you are ready to begin treatment in the “Action Phase” of recovery, a call to one of our rehab counselors regarding how your insurance can be used to cover the cost of treatment would be a beneficial next step. You can verify your insurance benefits by calling our toll free helpline at 877-635-3871. Our staff can not only answer questions regarding the type of treatment programs we offer for your particular addiction program, we can also verify your insurance benefits and coverage with your health care provider.
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Can Alcohol Abuse Stop Your Bones from Healing?
Abusing Alcohol Causes Delay in Healing Process
According to a new study, people who abuse alcohol and sustain a bone fracture are more likely to experience a delay in the healing process.
A recent story in the Metro.Uk reported the results of a new study that indicates a strong correlation between alcohol abuse and the of the bodies ability to heal a broken bone.
According to the story:
“It’s not uncommon for injury victims to hit the bottle to try to ease their pain but doing so only delays the healing process.
Binge-drinking can significantly impair the ability of our bones to repair after a fracture, researchers found.Experts hope the findings can be used to devise treatments for both alcohol abusers and non-drinkers who suffer breaks.‘Many bone fractures are alcohol-related, due to car accidents, falls and shooting incidents,’ said Dr Roman Natoli, of the Loyola University Medical Center in the US.‘In addition to contributing to bone fractures, alcohol also impairs the healing process.”
You can read the rest of the story here: Alcohol abuse will stop your broken bones from healing People who suffer from drug and alcohol abuse know that they are damaging their bodies in a variety of ways. Now you can add your bodies ability to heal bone fractures to the list.
Many young people who suffer from drug and alcohol abuse do so because of “binge drinking.” You can get more information about binge drinking by watching the video report below:
Binge drinking, excessive marijuana use in youth: brief intervention from family doctors no better than usual care
Young people who engage in binge drinking and cannabis use did not appear to be influenced by specific advice from their family doctors to reduce excessive use of these substances, indicate the results from a clinical trial published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).
Early pregnancy alcohol linked to heightened premature and small baby risk
Drinking alcohol during the first three months of pregnancy may heighten the risk of having a premature or unexpectedly small baby, suggests research published online in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.In the UK the Department of Health recommends that pregnant women and those trying to conceive should not drink alcohol at all and…
Keeping veterans out of criminal justice system by increasing access to social workers
Approximately one in six veterans struggles with substance abuse, and 20 percent show signs of mental health issues or cognitive impairments, previous research has shown. These risk factors, combined with a lack of resources, could be contributing to an increase of veterans entering the criminal justice system, according to a report by the Center for…
Shedding new light on marijuana's anxiety relief effects
An international group led by Vanderbilt University researchers has found cannabinoid receptors, through which marijuana exerts its effects, in a key emotional hub in the brain involved in regulating anxiety and the flight-or-fight response.
The uplifting effects of energy drinks are well advertised, but a new report finds consumption among teenagers may be linked with poor mental health and substance use.Researchers are calling for limits on teen's access to the drinks and reduction in the amount of the caffeine in each can.
Just one drink may impair driving ability in older people
The extent to which alcohol impairs the driving abilities of different age groups has been put to the test using a computer simulation. The researchers behind the investigation, from the University of Florida, publish their findings in the Psychopharmacology journal.The team tested two age groups, people aged 25 to 35 and people aged 55 to…
UCSB study explores cocaine and the pleasure principle
On the other side of the cocaine high is the cocaine crash, and understanding how one follows the other can provide insight into the physiological effects of drug abuse. For decades, brain research has focused on the pleasurable effects of cocaine largely by studying the dopamine pathway. But this approach has left many questions unanswered.
Researchers discourage rheumatology patients from using cannabis
Patients with rheumatic conditions are in need of symptom relief and some are turning to herbal cannabis as a treatment option. However, the effectiveness and safety of medical marijuana to treat symptoms of rheumatic conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, or fibromyalgia is not supported by medical evidence.
The nerves that cause atrial fibrillation may be eased by alcohol
Doctors in the U.S. and Japan have devised a way to treat atrial fibrillation by adding a little alcohol to minimally invasive therapies that target a cluster of misbehaving nerves known to trigger arrhythmia.
Intimate partner violence in men who have sex with men is linked to adverse health effects
Intimate partner violence (IPV) among men who have sex with men (MSM) is linked to greater risk of mental and physical health symptoms, substance misuse, and sexually transmitted infections, according to a research article published in PLOS Medicine.
In a new paper in the journal Health Affairs, several participants in a workshop convened by the National Research Council and Institute of Medicine unveil their recommendations to improve health care for prisoners both during incarceration and after release. From a public health standpoint, they argue, it's shortsighted to regard prison populations as separate from…
Even when average alcohol consumption is moderate, binge drinking is harmful to older drinkers
Numerous studies have highlighted the purported association between moderate drinking and reduced mortality. However, these analyses have focused overwhelmingly on average consumption, a measure that masks diverse, underlying drinking patterns such as weekend heavy episodic or binge drinking.
Jail population benefit from Affordable Care Act: risk of recidivism cut
Under the Affordable Care Act, an estimated 4 million people who have spent time in jail will have better access to health coverage for conditions that might - if left untreated - result in higher health care costs and an increased risk of recidivism. That's the conclusion of an analysis by researchers at the George…
In bars sexual boundaries are not really all that blurred
Meeting people within a bar scene is not usually difficult. Unfortunately, not all contact - whether romantic or sexual - is positive or consensual. In fact, sexual aggression has become a common experience, whether it is related to misperceptions in making and receiving sexual advances, or reflects intentional harassment or other sexually aggressive acts.
Experiencing hangovers has little or no influence on time to next drink
Many if not most people during their lives have experienced a hangover. Some people believe that hangovers might delay subsequent drinking through pain and discomfort, or perhaps hasten drinking to relieve hangover symptoms, known as "the hair of the dog.
Easy availability of alcohol encourages heavy drinking according to international research project
The International Alcohol Control (IAC) study is a newly developed international collaborative project designed to collect comparative data on alcohol consumption and policy-relevant behaviors in both high- and middle/low-income countries. Initial member countries New Zealand, Thailand, South Korea, Scotland, and England have recently been joined by Mongolia, Australia, South Africa, Peru, St.
Physicians are a leading source of prescription opioids for the highest-risk users
Most people who abuse prescription opioid drugs get them for free from a friend or relative - but those at highest risk of overdose are as likely to get them from a doctor's prescription, CDC researchers reported in a research letter, "Sources of Prescription Opioid Pain Relievers by Frequency of Past-Year Nonmedical Use: United States,…
With up to 10 new designer drugs flooding streets every year, more education is needed to convey risks
In the span of a decade, Canada has gone from ecstasy importer to global supplier of the illegal party drug. At the same time, even newer designer highs - sometimes just a mouse-click away - are flooding the drug market faster than legislation can keep pace.