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Drug Addiction and the Brain

Addiction is not just a simple collection of urges and behaviors. Rather, it is a full-fledged brain disorder that can adversely affect how the brain

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The Role of Exercise in Drug Rehab

A lot of variables go into a successful inpatient drug rehab experience. At Green Mountain Treatment Center, we incorporate holistic wellness and body-centric therapies into

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Mindfulness and Recovery from Addiction

Addiction jeopardizes a person’s self-control and ability to delay gratification. When the craving for a particular substance arises, it can feel impossible to resist or

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Failure to Launch and Drug Addiction

“Failure to launch” is a term used to describe the difficulties faced by many young adults in leaving the house and establishing a life independent

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Stories of Addiction Recovery: Marissa

Some of our best success stories at GRC come from people who have gone through the program with us, and felt so inspired by their

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Genetics and Addiction

Are You More Likely to Become Addicted? People are often curious as to the relationship between genetics and addiction. Are some people more likely to

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Stories of Addiction Recovery: Devin

Devin Harvan, of The Granite House For Men, reflects on his recovery, and how society at large would be better off if everyone lived by

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Addiction and Incarceration

At the end of 2016, about 2.2 million individuals were incarcerated in America. Many of these inmates experience issues with substance abuse or addiction, with