How to Achieve Spiritual Healing During Treatment

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If you have any religious beliefs, your emotional and spiritual well-being requires the same level of care as your physical health. Relying on a higher power you trust can help you grow and move forward in your healing every day. Many types of belief systems exist, but facilities can tailor private and community treatment programs…

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Relapse Prevention and Regular Exercise

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Physical activity can decrease the risk of relapse for people in recovery from substance use disorder (SUD). A healthy mind starts with taking care of your body. Many people recovering from substance misuse find themselves malnourished and physically exhausted throughout the day. The longer a person uses substances, the worse the health issues become. According…

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The Difference Between “Closed” and “Open” 12-Step Meetings

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Navigating your local community resources can get complicated if you are unfamiliar with the terms various organizations use. 12-Step meetings are among the most common self-help options for people returning home after attending a private rehabilitation for a substance use disorder (SUD). Even after you get the contact information for your local Alcoholics Anonymous (AA),…

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