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29
Mar

Using Good Nutrition to Support Your Recovery

Alcohol and drug abuse can create a number of health problems, including severe nutritional deficiencies. Empty calories from alcohol fill the body up without providing the fuel it needs, and many illegal drugs act as appetite suppressants. In the early stages of recovery, paying close attention to your diet can help you heal some of...
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21
Mar

Can the Seasons and Weather Affect Your Sobriety?

The saying goes, “As the seasons change, so do we,” and this proverb may have added meaning when it comes to addiction recovery. Although the determination to stay sober is your own, the changing of the seasons and weather can have an impact on your sobriety. As we in the United States transition into spring...
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28
Feb

Why Do I Need to Exercise?

Why Do I Need to Exercise? Exercise is everywhere around you whether you see your neighbor going for a run in your neighborhood, your siblings doing chores, a sports game at the park, or any other repetitive full body movements. Finding ways to bring exercise into your life will give you more energy throughout the...
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28
Feb

How to Help Someone with PTSD

How to Help Someone with PTSD It can be hard to understand what exactly someone with PTSD is going through unless you have gone through it yourself. It may be difficult to see your loved one being more intense and less affectionate. You will see your loved one being more angry, irritable, not being trusting,...
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27
Feb

What Does It Mean to Be Bipolar?

What Does it Mean to Be Bipolar? There are those that experience an unusual shift in mood such as one minute everything feels fine to next minute feeling lousy. Experiencing these behaviors can mean you have bipolar disorder. Going into treatment and taking your medication will help even out your moods so that you can...
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27
Feb

Foods to Eat and Avoid for Bipolar Patients

Foods to Eat and Avoid for Bipolar Patients Bipolar disorder is a mental illness that causes unusual mood swings from highs to lows. What you eat or drink can affect the intensity of those mood swings with a healthy, balanced diet. According to the Journal of Psychiatric Research, patients with bipolar disorder should be careful...
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26
Feb

How Effective Is Addiction Treatment?

How Effective is Addiction Treatment? Substance abuse is a constant struggle and we cannot fight it by ourselves. There are many different modes of treatment that work differently for others. In order to have a successful recovery, it is important to follow treatment plans and to stick with it as serious as you would a...
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26
Feb

OCD and Bipolar Disorder

OCD and Bipolar Disorder Bipolar disorder is having intense moments of energy, activity, and mood whereas Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is having unwanted thoughts, ideas, or sensations. According to the Journal of Affective Disorders study, more than 20% who have bipolar disorder have signs of OCD. It is important to have both of these disorders treated...
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23
Feb

How Does Body Image Have an Effect on Us?

When we leave our houses to go meet up with people, we may take one glance at the mirror and look away while others may not look in the mirror at all. Then there are those that can spend hours looking at themselves in the mirror because they do not feel satisfied in the way...
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23
Feb

How Yoga Helps Anxiety

How Yoga Helps Anxiety Yoga is one of the most relaxing, mindfulness exercises that a person can do to treat their anxiety. According to a study from the University of Adelaide, ten yoga sessions led to lower stress and a better quality of life. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine study says twelve yoga...
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