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Serenity At Summit Detox Offers 10 Compelling Facts About Teen Drug Use

June 13
Drug use is widespread and prevalent in nearly every community across the country. Every major city and many small towns have task forces that are dedicated to getting drugs off the streets and keeping citizens safe. Teenagers and young adults are especially at risk. But in order to fight this battle with drug abuse, we have to know the facts about teen drug use. The following are 10 com...

Can Yoga Help With Drug Addiction Recovery? Asks Summit Behavioral Health

June 13
The reality is that yoga comes in a variety of forms and disciplines — and there are well over 100 different variations of yoga. It’s also practiced by a wide variety of people, from elite athletes to people trying to transition from a sedentary lifestyle to a more active one. Whether you’re an exercise novice or an expert, you can start yoga at any level of skill. Yoga for holistic trea...

Investigation Reveals Drug Use By Navy SEALs Says NJ Addiction Treatment Center

June 09
The rate of illegal drug use among SEALs has climbed so high, the SEALs stopped all training in December 2016 to order a safety stand-down to address the issue. One SEAL commander saw five SEALs kicked off teams over a three-month period due to illegal drug use. Elite Units Not Subject to Routine Drug Testing Although SEALs are supposed to be randomly drug tested just like servic...

Serenity At Summit Detox Reveals 7 Myths About Addiction, Drug Detox & Recovery

June 07
Addiction is a complex condition, and as such, there are many myths about it – along with myths about drug and alcohol detox and addiction recovery. These myths are not only false ideas that don’t do anyone any good; they can also be quite destructive to people’s lives. These myths often prevent people from getting medically supervised detox at a facility like Serenity at Summit, which is th...

Summit Detox Treatment Center Offers 5 Reasons To Choose Drug Detox

June 05
There are people out there who are able to detox themselves from drugs or alcohol on their own. While they may feel that it’s a good idea because they are able to avoid an inpatient detox, or because they can accomplish it on their own, there are reasons that going to a medically supervised detox is not only a good idea, but also a better one than going it alone. The following are five reaso...

Summit Detox Treatment Center NJ Discusses Detox And Recovery From Suboxone

May 30
When you think of addiction, likely what comes to mind is either alcohol or illicit drugs like cocaine or heroin. But, addiction to prescription drugs is becoming more and more common. Painkillers like OxyContin and Percocet, and benzodiazepines like Xanax and Valium are the most commonly abused prescription medications. Unfortunately, when you become addicted to one prescription drug it can...

Serenity at Summit Detox Center: Fear of Detox is Causing More Opioid Overdoses

May 26
Many people who suffer from drug addiction do not seek help because they are terrified of going through withdrawal. The symptoms can be uncomfortable, painful, and sometimes extremely dangerous, for those who use high doses, frequently, and for a long period of time. More than two million people in the U.S. use prescription opioids, and at least another half-a-million abuse heroin. Unfortuna...

Doylestown, PA Eating Disorder Program For Women Goes Live

May 25
Summit Behavioral Health in Doylestown, Pennsylvania is pleased to announce the opening of their multi-level eating disorder treatment program. Doylestown, PA Eating Disorder Program for Women This comprehensive program is designed for women ages 18 and older who are suffering from eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorder. Women who attend...

Summit Detox Treatment Center NJ Explains Why You Shouldn’t Detox At Home

May 23
When you are suffering from drug or alcohol dependence or addiction, the natural inclination to remedy it is to simply stop using the substance. And that way of thinking is right to a certain extent – abstinence is the best course of action when dealing with addiction. However, just stopping drugs or alcohol is easier said than done. Addiction is not an issue of self-control or willpower, so...

Alcoholism Treatment Experts Explain How to Overcome Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms

May 17
For many people with an alcohol abuse problem, the struggle to quit is all too familiar. In fact, many people attempt to stop drinking multiple times, only to relapse and start drinking again, reports the alcoholism treatment experts at Summit Behavioral Health. A significant factor in this cycle is alcohol withdrawal syndrome. As WebMD states, “Alcohol withdrawal syndrome is a potential...