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Do Nature Walks Really Improve Mental Health?

Do Nature Walks Really Improve Mental Health?

There are many different ways in which people improve their overall mental well-being. For example, some individuals make healthier life changes by attending therapy or support group meetings and utilizing evidence-based modalities. However, there are other ways for...

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Building a Sober Life One Step at a Time

Building a Sober Life One Step at a Time

Recovering from substance use disorder (SUD) is a process that takes time. People participating in treatment benefit from collaborating with their care team to create concrete steps for building a sober future. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health...

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How Does Neuroplasticity Rewire the Sober Brain?

How Does Neuroplasticity Rewire the Sober Brain?

There are many dangers associated with excessive substance use and substance use disorder (SUD). For example, some of the common dangers include the development of physical health conditions or additional mental disorders. However, other potential dangers include...

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Using Stoic Philosophy to Maintain Sobriety

Using Stoic Philosophy to Maintain Sobriety

A person's mindset during treatment for substance use disorder (SUD) often directly impacts the outcome. For example, people who feel confident in their ability to manage sobriety have less risk of experiencing a relapse during early recovery. Self-confidence may make...

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How Does ADHD Impact Long-Term Recovery?

How Does ADHD Impact Long-Term Recovery?

Young adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have an increased risk of developing substance use disorder (SUD). According to Current Psychiatry Reports, "Adolescents with ADHD, compared to peers without ADHD, have been found to be at increased...

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The Power of Telling Your Story in Recovery

The Power of Telling Your Story in Recovery

Everyone has a story to tell. Many people are unaware of how empowering and motivating it can be to share their stories with others. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), “Sharing stories is a way to connect with people...

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