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13 Aug
Life After Rehab: Preventing A Relapse No matter how someone gets here, early recovery for any addict can be a scary place. Life for the addict is changing and there is no clear path to take. For people exiting a rehabilitation program, the fear of relapse is high, because while in the program they were safe from coming face to face with their substance. Rates of relapse are high for all addicts, but a few things [...]
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07 Aug
The Pros and Cons of Inpatient and Outpatient Rehab Giving up drugs or alcohol is rarely a simple matter of choice. Many people who are struggling with habitual substance abuse are also dependant on the substance they are using. This means that their bodies or their minds – frequently, both – have become so accustomed to the substance that it has become a necessary means of survival. Once they have reached this point of tolerance, even the most well-intentioned and determined [...]
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05 Aug
Cannabis Poisoning: The Scourge of Excessive Weed Use It’s intoxicating in the beginning of the relationship,” says Tommy Rosen, referring to his former love affair with weed. Now 26 years weed-free, Rosen is the founder of the Recovery 2.0 Protocol, which helps people stop marijuana use. He speaks out on the dangers of the substance, while the endless debate on its legalization and medical use rages on. Here in Canada, cannabis was legalized nationwide on October [...]
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02 Aug
Surviving Alcohol Withdrawal & Detox Although alcohol is the most widely abused substance worldwide, many people underestimate how devastating alcoholism can be. What may start as “social drinking” or the occasional glass of wine can spiral into obsessive consumption that destroys families, causes financial ruin and puts the health and safety of the addict at serious risk. While there are factors that can make a person more susceptible to alcohol addiction, such as family history [...]
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12 Oct
Recovery Day – A Fabulous Event For the Second Year For the second consecutive year, the Canadian Centre For Addiction (CCFA) donned the Silver Ribbon and gathered at Mel Lastman Square in Toronto to celebrate National Recovery Month. Darren, Seth and Abraham, attended the event held on the 18th of September representing the CCFA.With over 30 Canadian cities designating a day in September to celebrate Addiction Recovery, the event continues to grow and raise awareness of the real possibilities [...]
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24 Aug
Public Rehabs vs Private Rehabs | What Do I Do? One of Canada's greatest features is its free healthcare. But having such a generous government means that there are often problems with accessibility. And having such an option brings you to ask which one should you go for? Public rehabs vs private rehabs?If you need to go to a hospital, you can do that with relative ease. Getting into a residential public rehab centre is a different story. People [...]
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29 Mar
3 Steps to Alcohol Addiction Treatment People drink for many reasons. For some, it is a way to forget about their problems. For others, it's a way to unwind, relax, and socialize with friends. Still more simply maintain a steady drinking routine out of habit. But you already know that since you're here to read about alcohol addiction treatment.Often, extenuating factors come into play. For instance, people with a mental illness are twice as likely [...]
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21 Mar
Benefits of Drug Rehab There are many trends when it comes to addiction. For instance, men tend to have higher rates of addiction than women; young people between the ages of 15 to 24 tend to experience substance abuse disorders more than any other age group; and Canadians are found to drink more than 50% above the global average. However, the truth is that addiction can happen to anyone, at any time. And it [...]
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17 Feb
Benefits of Private Rehab: How To Get Better Quicker Coming to terms with a drug or alcohol abuse problem is the first step towards recovery, but it's one that requires further action like attending a private rehab, much less a regular rehab. Turning a blind eye could result in permanent health problems, destroyed relationships, families and ruined careers. Inpatient or residential or live-in or in-house rehab can often seem like an extreme measure, but integrated care programs are designed [...]
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15 Jan
One Private Rehab Center In Canada Voices Concern Over Indo-Canadian Addiction Problems Drug addiction, alcohol abuse, and all other forms of substance abuse are not unique to any one group, culture, or demographic. Approximately 47,000 Canadians die every year in connection with some kind of substance abuse. There are certain factors that can affect the probability a person might become affected or even die from a condition if they don't seek help from substance abuse treatment centres or private rehab facilities.[...]
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