Category : Addiction

Why is Group Therapy Important?

Written By PAX Memphis Recovery Center - February 28th, 2020

Group therapy is one of many effective approaches to treating both mental illness and substance…

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First responders experience addiction at staggering rates. These careers are rewarding, and certainly essential to…

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Creating Healthy Relationships in Recovery

Written By PAX Memphis Recovery Center - February 9th, 2020

Healthy relationships are a necessary component of living a happy, healthy life. Relationships give our…

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Family Roles: The Result of Addiction in the Family

Written By PAX Memphis Recovery Center - February 3rd, 2020

The disease of addiction not only affects the user but the entire family unit as…

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Harm Reduction: What it is and Why it Matters

Written By PAX Memphis Recovery Center - January 25th, 2020

While many recovery programs promote complete abstinence, there is another aspect of addiction treatment that…

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Psychological vs. Physical Addiction: The Two Components of Addiction

Written By PAX Memphis Recovery Center - January 22nd, 2020

Hundreds of people die from the disease of addiction on a daily basis. Due to…

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How Physical Activity Can Help Your Recovery

Written By PAX Memphis Recovery Center - January 17th, 2020

Over the years, research has proven that physical activity is beneficial for the physical, mental,…

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4 Ways to Get the Most Out of Addiction Treatment

Written By PAX Memphis Recovery Center - January 4th, 2020

You have admitted that you need addiction treatment, which is the first step towards recovery.…

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What Happens During a Heroin Overdose?

Written By PAX Memphis Recovery Center - December 26th, 2019

Heroin is one of the most addictive and lethal drugs in the world. Heroin is…

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Why Eating Disorders and Addiction Go Hand-in-Hand

Written By PAX Memphis Recovery Center - December 18th, 2019

Addiction and eating disorders commonly co-occur. Substance abuse may begin before or after an eating…

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