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cartoon of man with large question mark and exclamation mark by him - marijuana
It is undeniable that society’s attitudes about marijuana (also called cannabis) have been rapidly changing over the last several years. A Shift in Perception As of this writing, 15 states have made cannabis legal for recreational use (we should note that Kansas is not one of these states) and many more have made it legal...
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Let’s be honest. We could all use more energy and more happiness in our lives. Evidence for that statement is pretty easy to find. For example, 44 percent of adults in the United States drink two to three cups of coffee each day. Worldwide, it is estimated that 2.25 billion (billion!) cups of coffee are...
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view from audience at rave or night club concert - club drugs
The odds are pretty good that you are familiar with the names of many “club drugs”—that is, drugs that people take in the hopes of making a good time even better. Club Drugs Generally, the street names of these drugs give them an edgy or exciting vibe. Acid. Crystal Meth. Special K (not the cereal)....
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It almost goes without saying that an addiction to drugs or alcohol upends your ability to be your best self. When all your energy is turned toward maintaining your habit, you simply do not have the bandwidth to take the needs and feelings of others into account. In fact, you may not even really notice...
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attractive couple doing yoga stretches - recovery yoga
You might be surprised to discover that Bel Aire Recovery Center offers yoga for folks who are going through substance use disorder treatment at our facility. It might seem as though we are just trying to grab onto a trend as a way to entice you into choosing our center over other options for treatment....
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white oblong tablet on dark blue paper background - Xanax
Some prescription drugs become well known in popular culture, especially drugs related to the treatment of anxiety. Any number of neurotic or anxious characters who appear in comedies—think of any character ever played by Woody Allen, for example—may namecheck a pharmaceutical to get a laugh. Use and Misuse Xanax, a drug often prescribed for anxiety,...
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Sometimes the fear of the unknown is enough to discourage us from getting help—even when we know we need it. But other times, it isn’t the unknown that scares us. It’s what we think we know that can be problematic. Avoiding the Unknown Maybe you have been avoiding a new restaurant in your neighborhood because...
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lovely Thanksgiving meal set out on table - holidays
The Holidays and Addiction You have probably noticed that the holiday season is nearly upon us. For some people, that is exciting news. They love the big end-of- year holidays with the gatherings and the big meals and the presents and all the trappings of the season (though this year, we would urge you to...
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young adult woman and man looking at laptop together - help
If you love someone who is struggling with a substance use disorder, you already know the ways in which drugs and alcohol can turn a person’s life upside down and make it difficult for them to deal with even the most mundane parts of their day. They are probably underperforming at work or school; they...
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