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Mental Health
Jonathan Howard

How to Get Rid of PTSD Nightmares

Chronic PTSD nightmares are one of the unfortunate symptoms experienced by many, if not most people with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD. These disturbing dreams

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Drug and Alcohol Abuse and Your Sex Drive, Physically and Emotionally

Drug abuse comes with many myths and misconceptions, and one of those is that certain drugs can act as aphrodisiacs. In reality, studies suggest that illicit drugs have a negative effect on the male sex drive, which can lead to a host of other problems related to sexual performance. The physical problems from drug abuse commonly co-occur with psychological problems as well.

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Changing Your Outlook: How CBT Works

Many addiction treatment centers incorporate some form of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) into their treatment plans. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is based on the theory that changing

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The Basics of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

The key feature of CBT is involvement. Rather than simply taking medications, the patient actively learns strategies for lifelong recovery and can direct the course of their treatment. – See more at:

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What Can I Expect From an Alcohol Treatment Program?

A good alcohol treatment program can mean the difference between a life spent battling addiction and one on the road toward a healthy, balanced, sober recovery. Alcoholism can seriously affect your health, your job, your family and your overall well-being. If you think that you or a loved one might have a problem with alcoholism or alcohol abuse, it’s never too late to seek help. Just recognizing and admitting that there is a problem is an often difficult but very important first step.

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What Are The Steps Toward Your Drug Rehab Program Recovery?

Entering a drug rehab program is just one part of a long recovery process which begins before you set foot through its doors and continues long after you have left. The recovery process may seem dauntingly long- for many recovering addicts, it can be something they must work on for the rest of their lives- but if taken day by day, it is very manageable. If addiction recovery is taken one step at a time, lifelong successful sobriety is well within your reach.

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