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Wet Brain Syndrome

Wet Brain Syndrome

Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome, which is sometimes also known as wet brain syndrome, is a form of dementia which results from vitamin B1 (also known as Thiamine) deficiency. It affects heavy drinkers and many other people who suffer from malnutrition. Without prompt...
How Pets Can Support Recovery

How Pets Can Support Recovery

Actress and comedian Gilda Radner famously said, “I think dogs are the most amazing creatures. They give unconditional love. For me, they are the role model for being alive.” There is nothing like a furry friend to offer limitless, judgment-free love. A dog or cat...
Addiction and Suicide

Addiction and Suicide

In my work as a crisis counselor, one of the first questions I ask people who reach out for support is if they are suicidal, followed by if they have been using alcohol or any other substances. There are a number of reasons why these are important questions to ask...
Yoga and Recovery

Yoga and Recovery

It’s Easy to Skimp on Self-Care How often have we come home from a super stressful day and given in to our favorite, potentially unhealthy, coping-craving? (Yesterday, after spending the entire day on the phone trying to figure out how I was going to pay my...
Relapse Risks and Prevention

Relapse Risks and Prevention

You don’t want to meet with your counselor. Your sponsor isn’t really helping you. Your recovery group is just a bunch of people whining about their problems. It’s been days (or maybe weeks) since you meditated, exercised or read anything recovery related. You have...