Fentanyl is a new and powerful drug that has been rising in popularity over more recent years and has also been a big factor in the country’s opioid epidemic. In its wake, there have been a large number of fentanyl deaths across the country with Florida also being hit hard by this dangerous and deadly drug.
Vaping is a new craze among young adults. You would be hard-pressed to be on a college campus or at a high school sporting event for long without seeing multiple students with their vape pens. What started as an advertised safer alternative to smoking cigarettes has transformed into another way to smoke marijuana. Although many people believe that consuming marijuana is harmless, vaping marijuana may lead to many unforeseen negative consequences.
Going through a breakup is tough for anyone, but going through a breakup in recovery can be devastating for the former addict. Not only can a bad breakup make you feel like your world is crashing down around you, but a breakup in early recovery can be dangerous to your sobriety. You already endured the discomfort of an addiction detox program and made it through treatment. Do not let the end of a relationship ruin the progress you made.
The end of the year is meant to be a time of joy, but for many people, the holidays are a reminder of lost loved ones, unattainable expectations, family problems, and overwhelming stress. For these people, fighting the holiday blues may seem like a lost cause at the time. At a residential mental health program in Palm Beach, we understand this time of year can be gloomy, so we want to help you learn how to combat depression during the holiday.
In 2017 alone, there were 70,237 drug overdoses in the United States.1 These are mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, friends, cousins, children, coworkers, aunts, and uncles all lost to an overdose, an unnecessary and preventable death. When someone dies from an overdose it is sad no matter who they are, but when you are the one losing a loved one to addiction, it can be devastating.
After hitting rock bottom, you went to an alcohol detox center in Florida. You made it through a grueling treatment, and you left the facility sober.
Now that you are still in recovery, you have found the love of your life and are now engaged. With that rock on your finger, you get to start planning your wedding, but especially if you are thinking about a dry wedding, you may not know where to begin.
Mental health has always been a cause for concern, but in recent years, more and more people are coming forward about their battles with mental health.
It is estimated that 1 in 5 adults in the United States experiences mental illness each year.1 That is a large percentage of the population who struggle, and many may not be getting the help they need. It was found that less than half of these adults actually received treatment in 2018.1 As a behavioral healthcare center in Florida, we find the number of people getting help alarmingly low, but California is doing something about it.
Many addicts start out using a drug that they believe to be harmless, but often this bad habit can build into a much more troubling concern.
Many addicts start out using a drug that they believe to be harmless, but often this bad habit can build into a much more troubling concern. A few puffs here and there with your buddies could later lead to a crippling addiction and eventually hitting rock bottom. If you think that this couldn’t possibly happen to you, just remember that many addicts have thought the same thing. Unfortunately, our detox center in Palm Beach sees this happen all of the time and gateway drugs may be to blame.
In 2017, an estimated 29% of American adults used cocaine at least once in their lifetime.1
In 2017, an estimated 29% of American adults used cocaine at least once in their lifetime.1 While some people may only try it once in college because of peer pressure, others are frequent users who can’t help but use it on a regular basis. Even though it is illegal, cocaine has some people coming back for more and many others just want to try it. So, what does taking cocaine actually feel like and what are the effects?
In 2006, the number of people who started using heroin in the United States was 90,000; by 2016, this number nearly doubled to 170,000.1
With such rising statistics, there is cause for concern. At Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches, we work with people who have decided that enough is enough and have chosen to undergo a heroin detox and get professional heroin treatment.