Rehab and Addiction
- Alcohol Detox and Sleep: A guide to “how alcohol disrupts sleep, what causes sleep problems during detox, and coping tips so you can sleep better during this tough time.” From MattressReviews.net.
- Disability Drug Rehab: Information from the Addiction Center, a substance abuse resource site that serves as an information hub connecting people to treatment options.
- Drug & Alcohol Addiction Support Groups: An extensive list of “groups for any kind of addiction, for specific substance recoveries, for people who are religious or non-religious, and more.” There are also links to Hotlines and Helplines.
- Free Mental Health and Addiction Resources: An online guide to types of resources available and specific organizations that offer them. From RehabCenter.net.
- A Guide to Understanding and Helping Seniors Overcome Substance Abuse Disorders: The signs of addiction in seniors can be different than those seen in younger adults.
- National Council on Seniors Drug & Alcohol Rehab: A non profit organization whose mission is “to educate and provide assistance to seniors struggling addiction as well as caregivers and family members with concerns.”
- Quit Smoking Community: A hub where visitors can access information regarding quitting smoking, as well as download resources and tools to help them begin and complete their quit journey.
- Rehabs.com: A resource for people looking for information about rehab centers around the country.
- Seattle Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources: Information about finding alcohol and drug rehab in the Seattle area. From The Recovery Village.
- The Relationship Between Sleep and Addiction: A guide that looks at “various types of substance-induced sleep disorders, substances that can cause or lead to sleep disorders, and information concerning how an individual can recover from addiction,” including a list of foods to combat sleeplessness (in the How to treat addiction related sleep issues section). From The Sleep Help Institute, which offers “mattress information and sleep resources.”
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