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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:
Ecstasy-related hospital visits increase by 128% in under-21s
The number of hospital emergency department visits related to the hallucinogenic drug ecstasy increased 128% between 2005 and 2011 in patients under the age of 21, according to a new report from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
Novel pump being trialled at the Royal Free is giving patients with liver disease a new lease of life
Patients being treated for liver disease at the Royal Free Hospital are having their lives transformed thanks to a simple pump that is implanted in the abdomen.A liver transplant is often the only option for patients with severe alcohol-related liver disease and around 4,000 people in the UK die of the condition every year.
Mixing energy drinks and alcohol poses a public health threat
Mixing energy drinks with alcohol is riskier than just drinking alcohol alone, according to a new study that examines the impact of a growing trend among young adults.Published in the current issue of the Journal of Adolescent Health, the study was conducted by Megan Patrick of the University of Michigan Institute for Social Research and…
Youth suicide attempts associated with mental health problems later in life
People who attempt suicide under age 24 appear to have an increased risk of developing mental health and social problems into midlife, according to a study by Sidra Goldman-Mellor, Ph.D., of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C., and colleagues. Since the onset of the global recession, suicidal behavior has increased.
Brain circuitry disrupted by prenatal exposure to alcohol
Prenatal exposure to alcohol severely disrupts major features of brain development that potentially lead to increased anxiety and poor motor function, conditions typical in humans with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD), according to neuroscientists at the University of California, Riverside.
Factors that influence the choice of abused pain drugs
Prescription opioid abuse has reached epidemic levels in the past 15 years. Scientists investigating why people favor one drug over another have found that oxycodone and hydrocodone are the drugs of choice for 75% of opioid-dependent individuals.
Study examines incidence, trend of substance use disorder among medical residents
Among anesthesiology residents entering primary training from 1975 to 2009, 0.86 percent had a confirmed substance use disorder during training, with the incidence of this disorder increasing over the study period and the risk of relapse high, according to a study appearing in the December 4 issue of JAMA, a medical education theme issue.
Discovery of gene mutation for excessive alcohol drinking
UK researchers have discovered a gene that regulates alcohol consumption and when faulty can cause excessive drinking. They have also identified the mechanism underlying this phenomenon.The study showed that normal mice show no interest in alcohol and drink little or no alcohol when offered a free choice between a bottle of water and a bottle…
New route to smoking addiction for adolescents: electronic cigarettes
E-cigarettes have been widely promoted as a way for people to quit smoking conventional cigarettes. Now, in the first study of its kind, UC San Francisco researchers are reporting that, at the point in time they studied, youth using e-cigarettes were more likely to be trying to quit, but also were less likely to have…
Excessive alcohol consumption triggered by gene mutation
In a study involving mice, researchers have found a gene that regulates alcohol consumption. When this gene is faulty, the mice are prompted to drink excessive amounts of alcohol, suggesting a potential genetic component at play in human alcohol consumption.
Improved safety measures by mental health service providers help to reduce suicide rates, UK
Mental health service providers looking after patients at risk of suicide need to reduce absconding on in-patient wards and boost specialist community services like crisis resolution to reduce deaths, a report by The University of Manchester out today (28 November) shows.
Quit-smoking drug to make problem drinking 'social'
A drug commonly used to help people quit smoking may also help problem drinkers overcome their addiction.Professor Selena Bartlett from QUT's Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation (IHBI) and an ambassador for Women in Technology (WiT) said trials would soon begin to test whether varenicline, commonly known as Champix, can effectively treat problem drinkers.
DrugScope latest street drug survey highlights risks of new designer drugs for young people
The 2013 street drug survey from DrugScope, the UK's leading drug information charity, highlights the health risks faced by young people experimenting with drugs designed to mimic illegal drugs and evade the drug laws, often called 'legal highs' or new psychoactive drugs. The survey also revealed that many high street outlets are selling these drugs,…
Brain region identified that helps you make up your mind
One of the smallest parts of the brain is getting a second look after new research suggests it plays a crucial role in decision making.A University of British Columbia study published in Nature Neuroscience says the lateral habenula, a region of the brain linked to depression and avoidance behaviors, has been largely misunderstood and may…
Identification of gene network associated with alcohol dependence
There is good evidence from studies of families and twins that genetics plays an important role in the development of alcoholism. However, hundreds of genes likely are involved in this complex disorder, with each variant contributing only a very small effect. Thus, identifying individual risk genes is difficult.
Ibuprofen may prevent marijuana-induced memory problems
In addition to being used as a recreational drug, marijuana has been used for centuries to treat a variety of conditions, from chronic pain to epilepsy. However, its medical value is greatly limited by debilitating side effects. A study published by Cell Press in the journal Cell has revealed the molecular pathways responsible for marijuana-induced…
Cannabis use among teens is on the rise in some developing countries
It's common to associate cannabis use with affluent youth in wealthy societies. But the relationship between societal and family affluence and cannabis use appears to be changing. A study published online in the scientific journal Addiction reveals that cannabis use is declining in rich countries but stable or increasing in developing countries.
Alcohol, sprouts and dark meat fish can be a significant source of arsenic in the diet
Diet alone can be a significant source of arsenic exposure regardless of arsenic concentrations in drinking and cooking water, a Dartmouth College-led study finds.The study also confirms that toenail clippings are a good biomarker of long-term exposure to arsenic from consuming alcohol, Brussels sprouts and dark meat fish.