During the COVID-19 pandemic, you may face many new challenges in your recovery. Orders to stay at home or to maintain social distances from others can add to everyone’s stress levels. When you are in recovery from drug or alcohol addiction, it becomes even more of a struggle. April is actually Stress Awareness Month and …Read the full post.
A small town nestled among the redwoods, Mill Valley, CA, is a cultural hub and the center of natural beauty in Marin County. When you seek addiction treatment here, you can be assured that you will receive the quality counseling and rehab services you need for your alcohol abuse or your dependency on drugs such …Read the full post.
Are you concerned about whether a loved one, a friend, or a co-worker may have an issue with alcohol? Do you think that you may have a problem yourself? When you have suspicions or doubts, it is critical that you know how to recognize the signs of alcohol abuse. Signs manifest themselves in physical symptoms …Read the full post.
More Americans are suffering from anxiety today than ever before. In fact, anxiety disorders affect 40 million adults in the US or 18.1% of the population, as anxiety is the most common form of mental illness. About half of the individuals diagnosed with anxiety are also diagnosed with depression. Since treatment for anxiety often includes …Read the full post.
We have received many recent inquiries about the nature and importance of our medical practice and treatment methods. In response, we would like to release the following information: Recovery Without Walls is a individualized, outpatient clinic that provides treatment for chronic pain, chemical dependency, and prescription medication management issues, as well as problems with alcohol. …Read the full post.
Continuing its theme of covering the heroin epidemic in Kentucky, the Huffington Post recently published this story on new legislation there targeted at helping addicts. The state will now allow local health departments to set up needle exchanges and increase the number of people who can carry naloxone, the drug that paramedics use to …Read the full post.
The Week is yet another media source bringing attention to an escalating problem of prescription opiate abuse. In this article, it is reported that Purdue Pharma may be charged in a civil suit for misrepresenting the addictive potential of the drug OxyContin. Read the rest here. “A pernicious distinction of the first decade of the 21st …Read the full post.
The author of Huffington Post longform article on Suboxone, medications, oipate addiction and recovery is interviewed on NPR’s Fresh Air. “Police and public health officials in the U.S. have been struggling in recent years with the dramatic rise in heroin addiction and fatal overdoses from the drug. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported …Read the full post.
For those of us touched by the death of a loved one from a drug overdose, I know which option I would choose if given the option of a few years of life on Suboxone* or death. In our practice we have seen many individuals in the throes of opiate addiction and withdrawal transform almost …Read the full post.
Blog Post by: Andrew Kornfeld, B.A., B.S., Director of New Patient Services at Recovery Without Walls The title of the article is as follows: Dying To Be Free There’s A Treatment For Heroin Addiction That Actually Works. Why Aren’t We Using It? The front page of the Huffington Post is a …Read the full post.