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  • Exploring the various side effects of prescription drugs

    By: Rachael On: 07-17-2015 Category: Addiction Abuse, Addiction Treatment, Recovery, Treatment Center Staff
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    After adopting the biochemical model of medicine, the treatment field has made large advancements in the area of pharmaceuticals. This specialized science involves carefully crafting a synthetic solution for physical and psychological illnesses. By using the most up-to-date research as a guide for which chemicals perform certain functions in the body, scientists and clinicians prescribe…

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  • “Everybody Deserves a Massage Week” is an excuse for relief

    By: Rachael On: 07-17-2015 Category: Behavioral Health, Health, Mental Health, Therapy
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    Touch is an often underappreciated sensory experience. Most people identify their worlds by what they see with their eyes and what they hear with their ears. However, these same individuals bump into each other’s physical and metaphorical worlds all the time. Feeling direct contact with one’s surroundings is an irreplaceable part of how human beings…

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  • Celebrating fun with Therapeutic Recreation Week

    By: Rachael On: 07-16-2015 Category: Behavioral Health, Mental Health, Therapy
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    A serious mental disorder or substance addiction requires an equally serious strategy for recovery. However, recovering one’s body and mind includes an ample amount of rest in addition to planning and commitment to a treatment program. Various versions of therapy incorporate an element of rest or recreation into the healing process, but one specific style…

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  • Noise pollution’s effect on mental health

    By: Rachael On: 07-16-2015 Category: Mental Health, Therapy
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    Having the ability to hear various stimuli is an important aspect of life. Although a significant population of deaf and hearing-impaired individuals proves that this sense is not absolutely essential for daily living, many aspects of society involve the use of sound, from spoken language to music and other auditory cues. A history of observation…

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  • Sensing addiction: Exploring different triggers’ effects on the senses

    By: Rachael On: 07-15-2015 Category: Addiction Abuse, Addiction Treatment, Recovery, Treatment Center Staff
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    On the road to recovery, the slippery slope that leads off track and into relapse is littered with some common landmarks. A former addict may be exposed to a trigger at some point, which can lead to craving and eventually a full-blown recession into one’s old habits. Over decades of research aimed at improving the…

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  • How attachment styles can influence future mental health

    By: Rachael On: 07-15-2015 Category: Behavioral Health, Mental Health, Therapy
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    Every person experiences the process of attachment during development. It begins as soon as a new life is brought into this world and is carried with an individual well into adulthood. It involves an exchange of comfort, care and bonding between the child and parent. Depending on the nature of this exchange, a growing newborn…

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  • Suicide rates in California: How improved surveillance can save people’s lives

    By: Rachael On: 07-14-2015 Category: Behavioral Health, Mental Health, Therapy
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    Although the Golden State has its fair share of sun for its residents to enjoy, there are some who still live under a stormy cloud of emotional baggage. These individuals may have lived with ongoing depression for some time or experienced an acute, traumatic event. Regardless of how the sadness invades their thoughts, emotions and…

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  • Caffeine withdrawal gains ground in the scientific world

    By: Rachael On: 07-14-2015 Category: Addiction Abuse, Addiction Treatment, Treatment Center Staff
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    During a morning routine between waking up and going to school, work or wherever the day takes someone, it is probable that pouring a cup of coffee is included in that morning schedule. This is true for an enormous proportion of the United States, as 82 percent of the population reports drinking the roasted bean…

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  • The multitude of modern mental health startups

    By: Rachael On: 07-13-2015 Category: Mental Health, Therapy
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    In a quick summation, the landscape of mental health care and treatment is adapting to the dynamic world in certain areas and lacking in others. While new ideological theories and recorded evidence are published every day, the field is not associated with a strong sense of technological advancement. A number of reasons could have contributed…

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  • The addictive influence of drug-using communities

    By: Rachael On: 07-13-2015 Category: Addiction Abuse, Addiction Treatment, Recovery, Treatment Center Staff
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    Diagnosing and treating those afflicted with addiction are the most prominent ways health care systems manage such a serious, universal problem. While these processes are indeed important, they are essentially solutions that only clean around the wound of worldwide drug dependency. To help heal a deep and widespread issue like this, a closer observation of…

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