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What Is Inpatient Rehab?

What Is Inpatient Rehab? You may have wondered, “What is inpatient rehab?” Perhaps you heard about some celebrity going into inpatient rehab. Maybe you’ve got a friend who’s been an inpatient in a rehab facility before. Lastly, maybe you’re struggling with substance abuse and are considering rehab yourself. Regardless of how you heard of it,…

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How Long Does Hydrocodone Withdrawal Last?

If you want to quit using hydrocodone, you probably have a few questions. The most common question that people have is, “How long does hydrocodone withdrawal last?” The truth is that hydrocodone withdrawal differs from person to person. However, you can get an idea of how long your withdrawal symptoms will last with these guidelines.…

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Effects of Alcohol on the Body

There are many different ways to recognize and identify alcoholism in yourself or a loved one. While some of these signs are behavioral or psychological in nature, others are physical. Learn to recognize the effects of alcohol on the body so that you can help those struggling with alcohol addiction sooner. Lack of Appetite and…

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Substance Abuse Treatment

For centuries, medical teams have questioned what therapies are best suited for substance use disorders (SUDs). Then in 2006, the National Quality Forum published a document specifying the seven practices that organization found most effective in substance abuse treatment. Marcie Bough, Pharm.D., senior manager of practice development and research for the American Pharmacists Association (APhA)…

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Depression and Alcohol

Alcoholism is a powerful disease that has the potential to take over your life. Even worse, depression and alcohol may become inseparable partners, devastating a person for years. Thankfully, recovery is entirely possible. However, it will require a strong commitment to sobriety and depression treatment. At San Antonio Recovery Center, admission into our dual diagnosis…