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Tips for Controlling a Meth Relapse

Addiction is a chronic, relapsing condition, and you shouldn’t feel any sense of shame for experiencing a lapse in your sobriety. The truth is that staying clean is hard work, and relapse is often a part of recovery. If you’ve decided you need help managing your substance use, contact the professionals at Serenity House Detox & Recovery…

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New Year’s Resolutions that Help Recovery

It is not uncommon for people to make New Year’s resolutions surrounding drug and alcohol addiction recovery. However, it is critical to consider what is right for your unique situation. If you need help and support to succeed with your resolutions for addiction recovery, you must work together with professionals to design an effective addiction…

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Holidays Offer So Many Addiction Triggers

Triggers for substance abuse can happen anywhere, but the holidays offer so many addiction triggers that relapse is common during these periods. Although holidays represent the happiest times of the year, many people experience pitfalls due to holiday stress and other factors. The best way to support relapse prevention for addiction triggers during the holidays…

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Successful Techniques for Relapse Prevention

Going through detox and recovery treatment takes courage and personal strength. Avoiding relapse takes even more of these qualities. Therefore, it’s crucial to learn relapse prevention techniques before you leave your treatment facility. Serenity House Detox & Recovery Florida understands that setbacks are part of the process, but having prevention techniques in your sobriety tool belt will…

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Can Recovered Addicts Ever Go Back to Casual Use?

Is complete abstinence from all substances the only way to live life after addiction? Most of those in recovery ask that question at some point in their sobriety journey. It’s difficult for people who’ve become accustomed to using some type of substance every day to think about living the rest of their life without ever…

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Observing National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month

September is National Recovery Month, otherwise known as Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month. It is a time to appreciate the vital work done by those in the mental health and substance use treatment fields and celebrate people in recovery. Just as we respect people with health conditions such as heart disease or diabetes to…