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Category Archives: Life After Rehab

Achieving Work/Life Balance for Recovering Addicts

If there’s one thing that almost all of us are addicted to in this country, it’s work. According to ABC News, Americans work more than any other country in the industrialized world, and even the most positive reports say that the average work week is getting longer. Back in August, when an investment banking intern Continue Reading

How to Answer Questions from Co-Workers about Rehab

Many people who enter drug or alcohol rehab find themselves needing to adjust their work schedule. Whether they’re taking an extended period of time off to go to an inpatient treatment center or leaving early a couple afternoons a week to attend therapy sessions, these schedule changes may attract attention from curious co-workers. If your Continue Reading

Long-Term Effects of Drug Addiction

While many drugs may make users feel like they’re receiving a reward in the short term, regular drug use over an extended period of time can have serious long-term effects on both physical and mental health. It is important for anyone with a drug addiction to learn about the long-term consequences of substance abuse, as Continue Reading

Lesser-Known Company Benefits to Help You Stay Healthy After Rehab

For anyone suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction, one of the scariest thoughts about entering rehab might be that it could jeopardize your job. In-patient rehab treatment can last for a month or more, and if you work full-time, taking all that time off to get help with your addiction may seem unthinkable. However, Continue Reading

Safe Travels: How to Stay Clean When Traveling After Rehab

For someone who has recently come out of rehab, traveling might seem like just too great a risk for a relapse If you’ve previously struggled with a drug or alcohol addiction, you may equate traveling with hard partying and blurry memories of unfamiliar locales. Unfortunately, some recovering addicts may not have the option of simply Continue Reading

How Can Your Primary Care Physician Help Before and After Rehab?

Your primary care physician can play a huge role in the diagnosis, treatment of, and recovery from an addiction problem. Many times, a primary care physician is the first one to identify that there is a serious problem and is the catalyst for a patient going to rehab. So how exactly can your doctor help Continue Reading