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The Winner’s Guide to Nutrition in Recovery

If you have gone through the experience of being addicted to drugs or alcohol, then you will also understand the damage your addiction inflicted on your eating habits and general nutrition. Drug or alcohol addiction is often accompanied by many years of poor eating. Thus, when a person is treated at a drug or alcohol […]

By |September 1st, 2016|guides|0 Comments

The Ultimate Guide to Overcoming Internet Porn Addiction

In this post, we discuss the hot topic of Internet porn addiction. Millions of men across the globe are thought to be suffering with Internet porn addiction. A recent study says around 33% of males aged between 16-34 years old are addicted to Internet porn and this figure is growing every day as high-speed Internet proliferates.In […]

By |July 12th, 2016|guides|0 Comments

A-Z Guide to Veterans and Addiction

In this post, we discuss the topic of addiction amongst veterans. You may be surprised to learn that veterans are able to survive war zones but struggle to survive a peaceful environment when they return home. However, when veterans return from combat, they face multiple challenges as they adjust into ‘normal life’ outside of the […]

By |June 23rd, 2016|guides|0 Comments

Ultimate Guide to Addiction & Suicide

Ultimate Guide to Addiction & SuicideWhen you are addicted to drugs, alcohol or certain behaviours such as gambling, there undoubtedly exists a wide range of dangers to your physical and mental health. Drug and alcohol users are often concerned with the risk of overdose, and often overlook psychological-fuelled risks such as suicide. To correct this, […]

Ultimate Guide to Ending Your Food Addiction

Ultimate Guide to Ending Your Food AddictionIn this post, we address the issue of food addiction.Many of us overeat from time to time, but some will go on to develop an addiction to food.The very idea of a food addiction was laughable all but a few short years ago.And many people still erroneously believe that […]

By |March 21st, 2016|guides|0 Comments

Unofficial Steps to Conquering Early Recovery

 Guide to Early Recovery 10-Steps to a Sober Future!  Here’s the deal:At Ocean Recovery Centre  we treat thousands of patients each year for drug and alcohol addiction. Many of these patients are new to life ‘in recovery.’Patients often enter their new abstinent existence following many years of drug and/or alcohol addiction.Patients frequently cite […]

By |February 24th, 2016|guides|3 Comments

Welsh Government to Spend £2.4M to Treat Alcohol-Related Liver Disease

The Welsh Government announced yesterday it’s plans to inject a further £2.4M into plans to help treat alcohol-related liver disease.The Government says the extra money will be ploughed into a national awareness campaign.The news follows Office of National Statistics data revealing an increase in deaths caused by alcohol-related liver disease in Wales.The number of deaths […]

By |February 11th, 2016|News|0 Comments

Ketamine Could be Used to Treat Depression

Study after study seems to confirm the effectiveness of ketamine at treating people suffering from clinical depression.’Proof’ that ketamine may be utilised in the treatment of depression dates back to a report published in 2006 by the National Institutes of Health.This report concluded that patients treated with ketamine “showed significant improvement in depression” compared to a […]

By |February 11th, 2016|Drugs|0 Comments

Women Urged to ‘Think’ About Cancer Before Drinking Alcohol

England’s chief medical officer, Dame Sally Davies, has urged fellow women to ‘weigh up’ the risk of cancer before drinking a single glass of wine. Dame Sally says she imposes this ‘cost-benefit’ analysis personally.These comments were made by Dame Sally last week during a Common’s select committee and follow recent alterations to the ‘alcohol consumption guidelines’. Dame […]

By |February 11th, 2016|News|0 Comments

New Study Reveals Risks of Binge Drinking

The medical community and indeed good common-sense all unanimously agree that binge drinking is detrimental to human health. However, a startling new report published in Biomolecules reveals binge drinking could be significantly worse for our health than was previously thought. According to the report, these health risks include life-threatening conditions such as liver damage.Rise and […]