How to Overcome Shame in Early Recovery

How to Overcome Shame in Early Recovery

Many uncomfortable emotions may come up when you begin your journey in recovery. You may feel confused, embarrassed, vulnerable, or angry about being in treatment. One of the most common emotions people experience is “shame.” You may not have faced your addictions...

The Value of Healthy Connections in Recovery

The Value of Healthy Connections in Recovery

Recovery from addiction is about more than getting sober or clean. Recovery is about understanding the root causes of the addictions. Stopping the addictive behaviors is an important step to recovery, however, this is not enough to lead a happy and healthy life. When...

How to Support Your Peers in Recovery

How to Support Your Peers in Recovery

When you complete a treatment program, you may find value in support or guiding others in their recovery. Helping others with their struggles can help you find purpose and meaning in your life. You can support your peers by setting a good example and by continuing to...

Etizolam Addiction and Abuse

Etizolam Addiction and Abuse

What is Etizolam? According to the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), etizolam is similar to benzodiazepine drugs like Xanax, which are used to treat anxiety and sleep problems.1 Like benzodiazepines, abusing this drug can result in dependence and...

Halcion Addiction and Abuse

Halcion Addiction and Abuse

What is Halcion? Triazolam, also known as Halcion, is a prescription medication used over the short-term to treat insomnia, and it is not recommended for use for more than two to three weeks at a time without evaluation and recommendation from a doctor, according to...

Peyote Addiction and Abuse

Peyote Addiction and Abuse

What is Peyote? According to the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), peyote is a small cactus plant without a spine, and it contains a hallucinogenic drug called mescaline. This drug has a history of use in religious ceremonies in Mexico and the...

Drugs in Prison and Rehabilitation

Drugs in Prison and Rehabilitation

Is There a Problem with Drugs in Prison? A significant part of the prison and jail populations in the US regularly misuses drugs in prison. It's estimated that approximately two-thirds of the individuals in correctional settings have a substance use disorder.1 A study...

Mormon (LDS) Faith-Based Rehab

Mormon (LDS) Faith-Based Rehab

Opioid Addiction Among Mormons 65% of Utah’s state residents are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS). More than one-third of all adults living in Utah were prescribed opioid painkillers in 2014, many of which included members of the Mormon...

Vyvanse Addiction and Treatment

Vyvanse Addiction and Treatment

What is Vyvanse? Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) is used to treat ADHD and binge eating disorders.  Learn more about this drug and treatment options from Everlast Recovery Centers.Is Vyvanse addictive?   Yes, Vyvanse can be addictive. According to a study published in the...

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