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What Are the Consequences of a Drug Detox at Home?

Recognizing one’s battle with drug abuse is often the first step toward recovery for many people. Finding a therapy program that can help them regain their general health, happiness, and well-being is the next step.   There are several alternatives and therapeutic approaches for recovery if you or someone you love is battling addiction. However, the process of cleansing...
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Are Adderall and Alcohol a Bad Combination for Veterans?

Adderall is a common prescription medication used primarily to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). It is a mixture of amphetamine salts and acts as a stimulant on the central nervous system (CNS). Alternatively, alcohol is a depressant. Therefore, taking Adderall and alcohol together may send mixed signals to the body. But is it dangerous?...
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What Effect Does Alcohol Have on PTSD Symptoms?

November is Veterans’ Month, and Heroes’ Mile wants to honor the lives of our veterans while also recognizing the mental health challenges that many current and former military members endure. Veterans have unique mental health requirements. Many had personal experiences with conflict and horrendous brutality while serving in the armed forces, making them prone to veteran alcoholism and substance misuse, exacerbated by...
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Veteran Drug Addiction

How Does Addiction Rewrite Your Brain?

Addiction to illegal drugs or even prescribed medications have a negative impact on every aspect of your life, including your personal and professional connections. It can have a profound influence on your body and mind, which is why quitting, even if you want to, may be difficult.    This fixation is significant and leaves a long-lasting effect on your...
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Tips for Choosing a Rehab Facility

It’s crucial to choose a rehabilitation center where individuals can recover from whatever is happening in their lives. The rehab facility you choose will have a significant impact on how soon they can get back to their best selves, as well as the kind of care they receive along the way. A rehab facility in...
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Are You Sober Curious?

Have you ever heard of the term “sober curious”? Elective sobriety, commonly known as sober curiosity, is a new growing trend in alcohol use that you may have heard about. This movement includes people who choose to not misuse alcohol for personal or wellness reasons. The state of being sober curious may also be helpful when you’re aiming for a full-time or long-term commitment and...
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What Should You Do If Your Significant Other Relapses

Recovery from addiction is a lifelong process that can be fraught with setbacks and blunders. You’re probably all too familiar with this concept if your partner was in a Veteran substance abuse treatment program. As you shared those highs and lows with them, your relationship may have felt like an emotional rollercoaster ride at times.   Follow these...
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Why Depression Awareness Month Is Important for Veterans

Depression affects 322 million people around the world. In the US, over 17 million adults experience depression each year, and many additional cases of depression go unreported. To help raise public awareness about the problem of depression, behavioral health advocates participate in Depression Awareness Month each October. With the coronavirus pandemic, massive job loss, and...
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Military Veteran Substance Help

Levels of Substance Treatment Care

For individuals suffering from alcoholism, drug addiction, or dual diagnosis, there are treatment programs available with incomparable quality and deep-rooted success rates. Military Veteran substance help allows every patient to receive dual diagnose treatment programmed to address mental health diagnoses and substance abuse.  What Are the Levels of Treatment and Therapies Offered? Addiction Healing Care...
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How to Care for Yourself After Experiencing Trauma

Serving your nation may require you to give your life. Many warriors throughout the world pursue this career. Serving means putting your life on the line; survivors, on the other hand, may have to live with the trauma they experienced in combat zones for the rest of their lives.    Some veterans have successfully overcome this trauma at a Veteran...
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