I never expected my recovery from alcohol use disorder to benefit so much from the community at a CrossFit gym, but it truly has saved me on more than one occasion.
Cravings hitting you hard? Playing the tape through is a craving crusher that will help. It’s a mental exercise that is easy to do anywhere and at anytime.
From movies like Deadpool to standup to TV sitcoms, the image of someone chasing away traumatic memories with a drink, a snort, or a shot has become a staple of pop culture. The result is that most people know that drug use, especially compulsive drug use, is tied to trauma—but they may not understand why, or how serious this reality truly is.
Workit Health, a telehealth addiction treatment company bringing affordable, evidence-backed care to individuals, healthcare organizations, and employers, today announced a Series A investment led by Blue Cross Blue Shield Venture Partners.
Patients who are taking buprenorphine sometimes feel the need to save up doses. This can be for a variety of factors, but generally centers around a fear of running out. But there are some potential issues that come with saving up doses.
I want all the men out there who never took the time to consider emotional vulnerability—much less be vulnerable—to know the secret power of emotional vulnerability.
If you’re struggling with low self-esteem due to your perceived past failures — or maybe you’re in a current situation you aren’t proud of, and looking to turn it around — write out a failure resume of the experiences and then flip it, to find your power and strength in every situation.
There's actually quite a lot of confusion surrounding the role of naloxone in buprenorphine among opioid addicted populations. Today, I'm here to clear up some of the confusion around the role of naloxone in buprenorphine treatment.
The costs of prescription opioid misuse to employers are as great as $18 billion per year. One way to prevent opioid addiction in the workplace? Educating employees on their risks, and employer resources available to find help.
Most men strongly correlate what they do in their work life with their identity. What’s the problem? Well, when you’re looking at addiction or other life crises, it matters a lot. Because there’s nothing like an addiction or another major life challenge to turn not just your life upside down, but your job.