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What You Should Know About Muscle Dysmorphic Disorder

Men’s Health magazine used the month of May to bring awareness to mental health among men. According to the magazine, talking about the issues men have suffered from has been avoided for long enough and finally needs some well-deserved attention. In their series, Healthy Mind, Healthy Body, they wanted to build a platform to bringRead More

Should Naloxone Be a Part of My First Aid Kit?

Addiction is no longer seen as something that only happens to a homeless or poverty stricken individual. The face of addiction has continued to broaden to include anyone who abuses prescription drugs, heroin, or any drug that can cause overdose when misused. With the opioid crisis receiving more notoriety over the last decade, the truthRead More

The Truth about Alcohol Hepatitis

The word hepatitis is defined by a disease that can be distinguished by inflammation that occurs in the liver. There are different types of hepatitis that have different repercussions when affecting the liver. Hepatitis can be contracted most commonly through a viral infection although it can also be transmitted through a secondary means from medication,Read More

Tips to Get the Sleep You Need in Recovery

People that are in early recovery may find sleeping difficult with the changes that their body is experiencing from the cessation of drugs and alcohol. Since many people that have an addiction usually only sleep when their body has had enough and finally passes out from excessive drug and alcohol use, their sleep patterns tendRead More

Is Botox a Good Alternative for Pain Management?

Botulinum toxin has been described as one of the most poisonous substances known to man due to contraction of the severe illness of botulism when exposed to large quantities of it. On the other hand, botulinum toxin has been proven to help people with pain management in a small concentration known as Botox. This magicRead More

How Do I Go from Overwhelmed to Overjoyed?

When people who are addicted to drugs and alcohol get sober, it can be a mind-boggling time. Lots of adjustments take place and new knowledge is acquired on how to make some necessary modifications to maintain their sobriety. This does not come easy for most and is often a slippery slope into relapsing due toRead More

The Role Nutrition Plays in Detox

Addiction will suck the life right out of you and the double-edged sword is that if you stop taking drugs and alcohol, you will get sick from withdrawal symptoms. Once you do make the decision to get and stay sober, you will inherently feel pretty bad for a few days to a few weeks whileRead More

Signs that May Pinpoint an Eating Disorder

Eating disorders affect 8 percent of the American population which comes to 3 percent of the total world population. Scary to think that many of these persons that struggle with an eating disorder fall under the radar because of their obscure signs and symptoms. The more obvious clues that someone is grappling with an eatingRead More

Does Food Really Affect Our Moods?

Junk food and refined sugars are everywhere in today’s society. The hustle and bustle of life makes us eat on the run instead of eating for health. Instead of cooking healthy food at home, it is much easier today to run out to get a hamburger and fries meal deal, supersized of course, for .50Read More

4 Eating Disorders That You May Not Have Heard of Before

Specific eating disorders that are reported on and are often considered the three major eating disorders are Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and Binge Eating Disorder. There are a few other eating disorders that can be harmful to persons that act on them, but have not had as much exposure publicly. The less-promulgated eating disorders canRead More