alcoholism

How a Support Pet Can Support Your Recovery

Recovering from substance abuse is a challenging journey that involves more than just abstaining from addictive substances; it encompasses rebuilding one’s life, health, and emotional well-being. While traditional therapies and support groups play crucial roles, an often overlooked yet profoundly beneficial element in this process is the companionship of an emotional support pet. Whether it’s […]

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Understanding Black Tar Heroin: The Dark Side of Addiction

Black tar heroin is a potent and dangerous form of heroin that has made significant inroads into the illegal drug market in many parts of the world, particularly in North America. Its unique appearance, intense effects, and high potential for addiction make it a subject of great concern for public health officials, law enforcement agencies,

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Why Summer is the Perfect Time for Rehab

Summer is synonymous with relaxation and joy—lazy days by the pool, backyard BBQs, picnics in the park, and beach vacations. It’s a season where life slows down, daily routines become less demanding, and smiles come more easily. The ethos of summer is all about letting loose and enjoying the moment. However, for those struggling with

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Wet Brain: The dangers of alcoholism

Alcoholism, or alcohol use disorder, wreaks havoc on both physical and mental health. While conditions like cirrhosis are widely recognized as severe consequences of long-term alcohol abuse, there are other detrimental effects that often go overlooked. One such consequence, informally referred to as “wet brain,” highlights the profound impact of alcohol on the brain. Formerly

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How Big Alcohol made being a Wine Mom trendy

Alcohol in the Ancient World Before the word wine mom was introduced into the English language, alcohol and women have been tied together. Alcohol has been around for hundreds of thousands of years.  It was a common Babylonian practice to offer beer and wine to their gods as acts of worship. Biblical texts often issue

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How long is Rehab for Alcohol abuse?

After long-term substance abuse, rehab is the first step toward recovery. Anyone who has the courage to admit that they need help for alcohol use disorder deserves to know where the road to recovery will lead them. At Better Tomorrow, we believe that anyone seeking care and seeking to transform their life should get full

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