Addiction is a Medical Condition Seeking help for an addiction can be a daunting process, not only due to the alcohol detox process and sobriety but also because of the strong stigma against addiction issues. When it comes to alcohol as a specific problem, it is critical to remember that addiction to alcohol is a… Read more »
When Should I Consider Medication? How do I know when it’s time to start taking psychiatric medication? Is my condition severe enough to need medication? Are the side effects of medications worth it? These are valid questions one may ask when considering seeking psychiatric help or asking their existing provider about medication. It’s a good… Read more »
Quarantine. It’s on all of our minds. We’re being told to relax, hustle, get fit, eat well, eat whatever we want. Learn a new language, binge watch TV shows, try to work, work less. Make a schedule, don’t make a schedule. The amount of information is overwhelming and for those who already are struggling with… Read more »
IOP stands for “Intensive Outpatient Treatment”. During the duration of an IOP program, individuals attend group therapies and individual counseling above and beyond the traditional cadence of classic once a week therapy.
The first 12 step program was created by the founders of “Alcoholics Anonymous,” AA for short. It was incepted in 1935 by Bill Wilson, a New York stockbroker, and Dr. Bob Smith, an Akron surgeon.
The reason that vitamins benefited humans so radically is due to most humans on Earth not getting the enough essential; vitamin C, B12, D, along with many others.