Let’s take a look at what you can be doing during the day to help make sure you have a good night sleep.
… quality sleep is essential to our mental health and to supporting recovery from a substance use disorder.
Brochure Request The Search for Sleep — and the Benefits and Hazards of Ambien July 28, 2022 Insomnia can be brutal, but what about Ambien? If you can’t get to sleep, you can’t recharge. And if you can’t recharge, you can’t function well during the day. And if you can’t function well during the day, […]
Brochure Request Be Careful with Codeine to Avoid Serious Consequences July 28, 2022 Think back to the last time you had a persistent cough. Maybe you tried to ignore it for a couple of days. But soon enough, that cough may have been disrupting your sleep as well as making your days fairly miserable. So […]
Brochure Request Benzos Can Be a Solution to Anxiety. They Can Also Lead to New Problems. September 27, 2021 Imagine These Scenarios Imagine you have to take a big test tomorrow—maybe a test that will determine whether or not you can attend the college of your choice. Imagine you have a job interview tomorrow—maybe an […]
Brochure Request A Focus on Eating Right Can Provide a Boost to Your Health and Recovery September 20, 2021 Your Diet Affects Your Sobriety It is easy to think of recovery from a substance use disorder in terms of what not to put in your body. It might seem that as long as you do […]
Brochure Request Veterans Often Struggle With Substance Use Disorders. Tactical Recovery Can Help. September 03, 2021 Heroes Are Human Too We quite rightly think of those who serve in the armed forces as heroes. Every member of the military makes significant sacrifices in order to serve—and, of course, there is always the danger that they […]
Brochure Request Be Proactive About the Problem: The Signs of an Alcohol Use Disorder July 21, 2021 Have You Become a Problem Drinker? So you like to have a drink now and then. Most everyone does, right? It is no big deal. And sure, you’ve been having a few problems lately. Maybe you missed a […]
Brochure Request Maintaining Recovery while Celebrating the New Year January 04, 2021 In 1975, a group of people in Boston was looking for a way to celebrate New Year’s without the heavy use of alcohol that normally accompanied the festivities. The result of their efforts was the initial First Night, a celebration of the arts […]