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Does My Loved One Need TMS Therapy for Substance Abuse?

Addiction continues to affect millions of American men and women. In the meantime, treatment methods are evolving while new ones are being introduced. TMS therapy is one of the new approaches to helping people recover and abstain from drugs and alcohol. But it is not for everyone, which is why you’re probably asking, “does my loved one…

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How Does TMS Therapy Work for Treating Addiction?

Substance abuse treatment can be done in different settings using various therapies, including Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS therapy). TMS is a recently-introduced treatment. Although lots of information is out there on its use, people are still asking, how does TMS therapy work for addiction? The therapy is primarily designed to treat depression. Over the years,…

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Marijuana Dampens Brain Response

Dangers of Marijuana A compelling featured article dives into debunking the myth that marijuana is a safe drug. The Michigan Health Lab explains how marijuana dampens brain response as a dangerous side effect of marijuana use. If you or a loved one abuses marijuana, contact BoardPrep Recovery. Our addiction treatment centers provide specific substance abuse…

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Rehab-Recovery 101: Walking the Walk, Not Talking the Talk

“Be impeccable with your word.” – Don Miguel Ruiz, The Four Agreements Whether you’re in a substance abuse treatment center or an impaired professionals program, living with integrity is one of the key behaviors the staff — as well as your family, friends and coworkers — will be grateful to see emerging in you. Many…

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Dual Diagnosis

What is Dual Diagnosis? When a substance use disorder and mental health problem are happening at the same time, it is referred to as “dual-disorder” or “dual-diagnosis.” This has described 9.2 million U.S. adults in 2018 with both mental health and substance use disorders. Common examples include alcohol use with clinical depression, stimulant use with…