Tag Archives: Addiction

The Love Cure for Addiction? Oxytocin Research Review

Woman Sitting Outside In Leaves A global research and review conducted into a deeper understanding of the dimensions and function of the Oxytocin elicited a groundbreaking theory. Also known as the “love hormone” or the “bonding drug,” Oxytocin is now believed to be closely-related to addictive behaviors such as alcohol and drug abuse. Researchers claim that poor development of Oxytocin [...]
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Recreational Use of Xanax: A Slippery Slope to Addiction

Woman Sitting Outside In Leaves Xanax has emerged as nothing short of a life-altering prescription drug for many individuals battling anxiety. It has allowed them to regain some control of their life, allowing them to live a more independent and active lifestyle. From 2005 to 2013, Xanax was the number one prescribed psychiatric medication in America. Yet, this popularity was [...]
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Popularity of Florida Holistic Addiction Treatment Centers

Florida sunset Beaches, warm weather, short and flip flops. This is what most people think of when they think of Florida. This state is becoming more popular for holistic addiction treatment centers. With the increase in the production of synthetic cannabinoids Florida has seen an increase in substance abuse, and drug and alcohol treatment [1]. Florida Treatment [...]
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Female Military and Sexual Abuse – Find Healing & Hope

United States Aircraft Carrier There are few things in life as discouraging, depressing and altogether disgusting as sexual abuse of any person in any circumstance but abusing another person in the military under the guise of “protecting freedom” has a certain nuanced evil to it. It’s one thing to see evil at the hands of untrained, unprincipled, undisciplined folk; [...]
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The Injured Veteran – Helping Our Heroes Overcome Addiction

Military veteran struggling with chronic pain The military culture can sometimes be characterized by rampant drinking, excessive prescription medication abuse and a “don’t ask don’t tell” approach when it comes to addiction. Wartime saw many doctors and medics desperate to treat soldiers for pain from combat injuries and prescription opiates were the easiest and quickest way to do so. This ended [...]
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