Archivio Categoria: Sober living

Alcohol Consumption and Cardiovascular Disease Risk: Placing New Data in Context PMC

They described an increased risk for hypertension in lifetime abstainers and a reduced risk in the less-heavy consumption group; nonetheless, when adjusted by a propensity score method, these findings were not significant. Current drinkers who drink 5 or more drinks/day at least monthly did show a significant risk of hypertension, meaning that consistent long-term heavy […]

Alcohol Addiction: Signs, Complications, and Recovery

Fry adds that it’s important for those trying to achieve emotional sobriety that it’s OK if you don’t rely on specific family members. It’s all about making sure you have people around you who’ll give you the right support. When I was drinking, it never occurred to me that I was an introvert. I would […]

Focus: Addiction: Relapse Prevention and the Five Rules of Recovery PMC

Other components of treatment involve psychological and social therapies that help the person being treated to understand and manage contributing factors to the addiction. This can be especially helpful for those who have a dual diagnosis, such as addiction that occurs alongside other mental health disorders such as depression or anxiety. For some people, […]

Prevention & Early Action Partnership to End Addiction

Your teen’s personality, your family’s interactions and your teen’s comfort with peers are some factors linked to teen drug use. It is not feasible to avoid all triggers of excessive fear and anxiety, so it’s important that patients do not become overly reliant on safety cues to the detriment of learning other coping skills. Safety […]

Cognitive Dissonance and Addiction Behaviors Elevate Addiction Services

A skilled counselor can help people recognize and change self-destructive thoughts and beliefs and change behaviors. For example, a type of cognitive- behavioral therapy called dissonance- based therapy has been evaluated by researchers to be effective, even long term, for young cognitive dissonance and addiction women with eating disorders (Stice, Rhodes, Shaw, & Gau, 2011). […]

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