Can Vitamins Help Me in Recovery?

Vitamin therapy is one way people in recovery are taking ownership of health and wellness. Malnutrition is a common side effect among people who struggle with alcoholism and substances. Substance users suffer at a greater rate due to decreased food ingestion and in some cases impaired metabolism and absorption processes. It may lead to vitamin Read More…

Risks of Mixing Percocet with Alcohol

The small pill named Percocet is often prescribed for everything from post-dental pain to broken bones but is extremely dangerous when combined with alcohol. Percocet and alcohol are dangerous because two chemicals mixing together can create a potent, lethal cocktail. Learn more about the risks of mixing Percocet with alcohol. Mixing it Up The dangers Read More…

Why Sober Friendships are Challenging

Loneliness is dangerous for people who are sober but early sobriety can be particularly challenging. It is essential an individual begins forming friendships in a network of clean, sober friends who can help abate the lonely feelings but also provide a source of support and advice. Need for New Friends One of the challenges of Read More…

How Does Tolerance to Cocaine Develop?

Cocaine is powerful and addictive. Even after one single use, initial tolerance to the drug may develop. Many users report it is difficult to get the same level of euphoria and pleasure achieved during first cocaine exposure. Cocaine can be addictive after the first use. Cocaine addiction develops over time typically as tolerance builds. Learn Read More…

Finding a Path in Recovery that Works

Finding a pathway in recovery that works can be tricky. Everyone has their own unique experiences and things that are brought to the table. Spiritual growth, for example, is one way to finding a path in recovery but requires experimentation with different ways of viewing the world. Spiritual growth can come from attending AA meetings Read More…