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Kindling Effect and Drug & Alcohol Detox

The kindling effect is a little-known phenomenon that can have severe consequences during drug and alcohol detox. Whilst it is a relatively new term that is used in the drug and alcohol treatment industry, it is not new in its...

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What are the odds of staying sober or relapsing?

What are the odds of staying sober? There are many reasons for addiction, and the same goes for the odds of staying sober and not relapsing. But does staying sober get easier over time? Or do we always have the...

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5 Ways to get Clean and Stay Sober

Getting clean and sober will be a personal journey. For an easy guide on how to get clean and sober our list of 5 ways to help can offer new and eye-opening ideas for you or a loved one. Our...

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How To Treat Addiction Without Leaving The House

It’s January and the time lots of us make plans for change. We love Dry January – where people choose to stop drinking for the calendar month – but for people with an addiction, stopping for a few days without...

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All I Want For Christmas Is To Stay Sober

Staying sober at Christmas If you’re wondering how to stay sober at Christmas, the coming month is likely to be a daunting prospect. Given the amazing job you did getting sober, you will want to stay that way through the...

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7 Different Addiction Treatments You Can Access Today

There are various ways to start your recovery journey. We know it can be horses for courses when it comes to accessing treatment, given people’s other commitments, health issues and general life situations. Different options provide people with more ways...

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Sobriety Tags to be Fitted to Offenders in a Bid to Cut Alcohol-Related Crime

Up to 12,000 prisoners due for release will wear a sobriety tag over the next three years to cut alcohol-fuelled crime. Currently, alcohol-related crime costs society £21 billion a year. The sobriety tag, which monitors the levels of alcohol in...

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Sugar in Alcoholic Drinks

Post-lockdown is the next New Year for resolutions. Should cutting down on alcohol be one of them? We all know that drinking over the recommended amount is bad for our health but sugar in our favourite tipple could make that...

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What are the signs that someone is high on marijuana?

The signs of a person being high on marijuana are helpful to know if you are worried a loved one may be abusing cannabis. Signs someone is high To be stoned means to be under the influence of drugs, especially...

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Tasty THC -The Dangers of Cannabis Edibles

The not so subtle difference between smoking and eating Marijuana products (Edible) Smoking marijuana carries some obvious risks, especially when smoked in the traditional way mixed with tobacco. For those that are fans of the effects of THC, marijuana edibles...

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Alcohol Abuse in College Students

Students and alcohol use Alcohol consumption among college students is a common problem.  After years of following a rigid timetable, students suddenly find they have a new freedom level with very few boundaries. Millions of college students worldwide every year,...

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Alcohol and a Good Night’s Sleep Don’t Mix

Alcohol affects sleep quality Alcohol being used regularly to enable sleep can not only cause dependence and addiction but will also make an initial sleep problem much worse. In moderation, using alcohol to unwind and relax after a stressful day...

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