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Sacramento Drug Rehab Center Gives Tips for Fighting Loneliness

Being in recovery from substance abuse involves fighting many battles, including trying to resist cravings, stay positive, and refocus your life. One of the challenges that people don’t necessarily think about is the intense loneliness that many of those in recovery have to face. 95 more words

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Sacramento Rehab Shares 5 Things that Increase Teen Drug Risk

While there is evidence that drug use among teens has decreased slightly in recent years, that good news is overshadowed by the fact that far too many teens still participate in regular drug use. 128 more words

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Addiction Rehab in Sacramento Gives Tips for Addicted Parents

Addiction is a disease that not only impacts the addict, it can have lifelong consequences for everyone associated with them. Nowhere is this more evident than with an addict’s own children. 71 more words

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It Has Been Hard

Lately, we have been under a lot of stress and so much going on at one time. I am honestly tired and ready to just throw in the towel. 777 more words

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Managing Withdrawal Shared by an Alcohol Rehab in Sacramento

There are two stages in alcohol withdrawal. The first is dominated by physical withdrawal symptoms such as tremors, nausea, headaches, hallucinations, and seizures. In the second stage, there are fewer physical symptoms but a wide range of emotional and psychological disturbances. 71 more words

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Detox Program in Sacramento Lists 7 Facts About Addiction

At our detox program in Sacramento, we understand that addiction treatment is both an art and a science. Having a strong grounding in the facts related to addiction—both in terms of its causes and the most effective treatments for it—is helpful both for those who are battling a substance abuse problem and their friends and family. 103 more words

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Dear Autism Intervention Providers: Women work now

As I’ve mentioned before, the big Three-Oh (3.0 years old, that is) is approaching quickly for my kiddo with autism.  She’s aging out of the state early intervention program.   870 more words

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