Holistic Recovery Methods

Holistic Recovery Methods

Introduction In the realm of addiction recovery, conventional methods often concentrate solely on addressing the physical and psychological aspects of addiction. However, for many individuals, achieving lasting sobriety necessitates a more comprehensive approach. Enter holistic addiction recovery methods, which offer a holistic framework that considers every aspect of an individual’s well-being. In this comprehensive exploration,…

Why Nutrition in Recovery is Essential

Why Nutrition in Recovery is Essential

Introduction Undertaking the journey of addiction recovery demands a comprehensive approach that addresses not only the psychological and emotional aspects but also the physical well-being. While therapy and support groups are integral, the role of nutrition in recovery in this process cannot be overstated. Let’s dive into how dietary choices can significantly impact recovery outcomes….

Is Ketamine An Opiate? No & Why

Is Ketamine An Opiate? No & Why

In the December 2018 issue of The American Journal of Psychiatry, researchers suggested that the increased use of low-dose intravenous ketamine wasn’t a suitable replacement for depressants, could be easily used as an opioid abuse replacement, and its antidepressant effects require opioid system activation. This led to a broad acceptance that ketamine is an opiate (natural opioid) or opioid…

How Childhood Trauma Can Lead To Addiction

How Childhood Trauma Can Lead To Addiction

Addiction is an isolating mental health disorder and substance use typically worsens and acts as a “coping mechanism” for the loneliness it induces. But this loneliness and need for instant, potent relief from substances can stem from our earliest memories, especially traumatic childhood experiences.  One study found that 77% of people being treated for substance…

Adderall Tongue: What is it and How to Get Rid of it

Adderall Tongue: What is it and How to Get Rid of it

For people with ADD, Adderall can be a lifesaver, but it may cause unpleasant side effects. Adderall can cause Adderall tongue in some individuals, resulting in dry mouth and sore tongues. The symptoms known as ‘Adderall tongue’ are swelling, dry mouth, and tongue wounds. We will investigate Adderall tongue, its indications, causes, and treatment techniques. …

MDMA Vs. Meth: Dangers, Abuse, & Treatment

MDMA Vs. Meth: Dangers, Abuse, & Treatment

Since they’re both stimulants and their names sound similar, it can be easy to confuse MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine) with meth (methamphetamine). Both substances are derived from amphetamines and have intense and euphoric effects. But their differences, including their dangerous side effects and addictive qualities, truly set them apart, especially when it comes to treatment and recovery….