Rehab & Treatment

Resources about Adderall treatment and detox services.

Will My Stay in Rehab Really be Confidential?

Will My Stay in Rehab Really be Confidential?

When you go into treatment for Adderall addiction, one major concern is often whether or not what you disclose will really be confidential. Your privacy is understandably a major concern when entering treatment for your substance abuse. Confidentiality when you enter therapy is one of the main reasons why therapy works. It is within a private context that patients feel comfortable enough to...

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What to Do When Your Drug Use Becomes Too Much

What to Do When Your Drug Use Becomes Too Much

You’ve been using drugs for a while now. Not all the time, but you find yourself getting high more often than you are comfortable with. Instead of pursuing past hobbies or interests, you now spend your time getting high. You might even be mixing pills and alcohol together. Your loved ones may or may not know about your drug use. You may find yourself withdrawing from others and spending more...

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Reviewing DBT

Reviewing DBT

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a form of counseling that combines therapeutic elements from two different areas, mental health treatment from Cognitive Behavior Therapy and mindfulness exercises from ancient Buddhist practices. (While not religious in nature, DBT recognizes certain psychological benefits of meditation that has long been associated with spiritual care.) By combining...

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How to Tell Your Coworkers Where You Were During Rehab

How to Tell Your Coworkers Where You Were During Rehab

You have been away at rehab for addiction to drugs like Adderall for a month or two. Now it is time to go back to work and to go back into the normal activities of life. In the back of your mind you’ve been thinking about what other coworkers or even your boss might say about your absence. You know that many have likely wondered where you have been and what specifically is going on. Is it...

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Does It Matter What Qualifications My Therapist Has?

Does It Matter What Qualifications My Therapist Has?

Choosing a therapist can be a daunting process, but perhaps even more so when you must find a therapist for a specific issue, such as substance abuse. What do all of the letters before and after the therapist’s name mean? Which type of counselor is best suited to deal with your particular issues? Many individuals who need help are not even aware of what type of help they need, and trying to...

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3 Reasons to Not Waste Time Before Getting Sober

3 Reasons to Not Waste Time Before Getting Sober

When you struggle with using too much drugs like Adderall or alcohol, you may think you do not need any outside help. You may think that you can handle the addiction on your own or maybe that you can just keep hiding your addiction from others. Whether or not others know about it, your problems still exist. While you think your substance abuse is under control, it is not. You need to get sober...

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What Kind of Treatment Will I Get for an Opiate Addiction?

What Kind of Treatment Will I Get for an Opiate Addiction?

When you have an opiate addiction and start looking into the different kinds of treatment, the results can be startling. Whether you are using heroin, OxyContin, Adderall or some other opiate, many of the treatment methods are often the same. Typically, you will find three main treatment approaches for those who struggle with substance abuse. The following are three main varieties of therapy with...

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How Important Is a Healthy Eating Plan in Treatment?

How Important Is a Healthy Eating Plan in Treatment?

When you suffer from addiction, your life revolves around the abuse of drugs or alcohol. This takes a toll on your body, and you suffer from bad health in your life either physically, mentally or even both. In some cases, there are alcoholics that ingest as much as 50 percent of their total daily calories from alcohol. This means that these individuals are often prioritizing drinking over having...

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Building an Accurate Expectation of Treatment

Building an Accurate Expectation of Treatment

When people contemplate beginning an addiction treatment program, there is often some hesitation that is born of uncertainty. Most people have only a vague idea of what treatment will be like, and the ideas they do have may be inaccurate. If you or a loved one is seeking rehab for Adderall addiction, understanding what treatment might entail can help you overcome some of the reluctance that comes...

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How to Know When You Need Another Visit to Treatment

How to Know When You Need Another Visit to Treatment

Addiction is a chronic neurobiological disorder. Professional treatment prepares patients for recovery, but setbacks and struggles sometimes necessitate another visit to a rehab center. A return to treatment, in fact, is more common than many people might think. A 2011 Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) report found that nearly 57 percent of treatment admissions had a previous stay in rehab, and...

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Four Core Practices of Treating Co-occurring Addiction and Mental Health Disorders

Four Core Practices of Treating Co-occurring Addiction and Mental Health Disorders

The 2013 National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS) tracks rehabilitation centers across the US, and facilities were asked what percentage of patients had co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders on a particular day that year. Per the findings, 45 percent of all patients had co-occurring disorders, and the figure rose to 63 percent in federal government-operated...

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3 Tips for Controlling Your ADHD During Rehab

3 Tips for Controlling Your ADHD During Rehab

Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a medical condition that involves heightened levels of inattention, impulsiveness and hyperactivity. ADHD is one of the most common neurobehavioral disorders diagnosed among children, but the disorder can afflict people of all ages. Basic childhood immaturity and heavy caffeine use might motivate hyperactive traits, but an actual disorder can...

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