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Ritalin: Addiction, Withdrawal, and Treatment

Ritalin: Addiction, Withdrawal, and Treatment

Ritalin is the brand name for the central nervous system (CNS) stimulant drug called methylphenidate hydrochloride. This prescription medication is used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children, adolescents, and adults. According to an...
Mindfulness and Recovery: Six Helpful Books to Enjoy

Mindfulness and Recovery: Six Helpful Books to Enjoy

Practicing mindfulness is an important tool in addiction recovery. It helps you learn to relax and focus on the moment. Mindfulness is the awareness that comes from purposefully paying attention to the present in a nonjudgmental way without considering the past or the...
Foods that Help Curb Drug and Alcohol Cravings

Foods that Help Curb Drug and Alcohol Cravings

People recovering from an addiction to drugs or alcohol commonly experience cravings. In most cases, cravings will dissipate on their own within ten to fifteen minutes. Even so, they can be very powerful and often lead to relapse. Psychological and physical in nature,...
Codeine: Addiction, Withdrawal, and Treatment

Codeine: Addiction, Withdrawal, and Treatment

A prescription medication, codeine is used to treat pain that ranges from mild to moderately severe. It is typically prescribed in tablet form. The drug is also used in some prescription cough syrup medications as an effective cough suppressant. The United States Drug...
Nine Tips to Prevent Relapse

Nine Tips to Prevent Relapse

Why Relapse Prevention Is Important Recovering from an alcohol or drug addiction does not end when you complete your treatment. You have a solid foundation to build on, but recovery is a lifelong process. There will be challenges to overcome, and one of them is...