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Does Exercise Help Drug Addiction Treatment?

An article on the Huffington Post website suggests that working out can enhance drug recovery treatment. One reason for this is that exercise boosts the endorphins, which submit messages to the brain through neurotransmitters that keep the mood stable. When a person is trying to stop using drugs, the endorphins are missing the stimulus that […]

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Behavioral Signs of Cocaine Addiction

If you have a strong sense that a friend or loved one is using cocaine, chances are you’re right. There are several changes in a person’s social or professional behavior that could indicate an addiction to cocaine. Here are some of the things you should be looking for to confirm your suspicion, so that you […]

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