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Key Facts About Klonopin Withdrawal

Klonopin (clonazepam) is a member of a family of drugs called benzodiazepines (or benzos) and it’s among the most commonly prescribed medications in the United States. Klonopin is intended for the

5 Ways to Help Someone Get Addiction Help

Helping someone you care about who has a substance use disorder is never easy. Fortunately, with your support, your loved one will have an increased chance of recovery. While each

What to Expect in a Sober Living Home

After inpatient addiction treatment, you might be worried about how you’ll adjust to daily life outside of a monitored environment. This is where a sober living home can become a

Fun Things to Do in Spring in Boulder

Spring is the season of new beginnings — and the start of a whole lot of sober fun for those in recovery. There are so many ways to take advantage

Staying Healthy and Focused in Early Recovery

Addiction is a chronic disease that requires constant management. It’s similar to living life with diabetes or heart disease; making healthy lifestyle changes is essential for keeping relapse at bay.

Anxiety and Addiction 

If you or someone you love is struggling with a co-occurring anxiety and substance use disorder, you’re not alone. For one, anxiety disorders are the most common mental health disorders

Meth Use Linked to Rising Rates of Syphilis

There’s been a recent spike in syphilis cases in the U.S. – rates more than doubled between 2013 and 2017 – and, according to a new study, methamphetamine, heroin and

PTSD and Heart Disease

February is Heart Month and so it’s fitting to talk about the link between PTSD and heart disease. While heart disease is common in U.S. veterans with post-traumatic stress-disorder (PTSD),

Jobs at High Risk for Addiction

What you do for a living can have big impact on your risk for addiction. This is because some jobs inherently have more stress, longer hours, a faster pace or

Common Excuses to Avoid Rehab

Unfortunately, it’s common for people with a substance use disorder to resist treatment and make up excuses to escape rehab. Many experts say that people can’t be pushed into recovery