Codependency addiction is an emotional and behavioral condition that results in unhealthy relationships. More on how you can identify and treat the enabling and denial behaviors that characterize codependency here.
Effects of mixing OxyContin and alcohol include euphoria and relaxation. But you can overdose and die when mixing OxyContin with alcohol, too. More on the potential harms and warnings for mixing OxyContin with alcohol here.
Does insurance cover drug or alcohol rehab? Sometimes, yes. But at $7K a month on top of an annual bill of $15K+ for family health insurance, how can the typical American pay for drug rehab via health insurance? We explore here.
Alcoholic drinking and possible thiamine deficiency can result in brain disorders. Learn how to treat or reverse adverse effects of chronic drinking or alcoholism by increasing your thiamine levels here.
Seven questions you can ask yourself to find out if you are in a codependent relationship with an addict, or not.
Four steps to making positive changes in a codependent relationship with an addict. 1. Take ownership. 2. Let go. 3. Change focus. 4. Reach out for help. More here on ending or getting out of a codependent relationship. Your questions are welcomed at the end.
In an effort to help a child overcome addiction, parents may begin enabling behavior. But how do parents enable? And why does enabling persist? We explore here.
You can identify an addiction using common sense as well as physical, behavioral and psychological warning signs. More here on identifying addiction.
You can stop enabling an addict and let them fact the consequences of their actions. How? 5 tips on how to stop enabling here.
Is alcoholism a symptom of mental illness, depression or underlying imbalances in the brain? Yes, possibly. We explore here.