Nicotine Addiction Drug Rehab – Smoking Cessation at Serenity Vista

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Nicotine Addiction Drug Rehab If You Are Still Smoking, You Are an Active Drug Addict   There are not too many people smoking by choice these days. Almost every smoker has either entertained the thought, or has actually tried to quit… thousands of times. They have tried many methods too. Some of them are acupuncture, hypnosis, Zyban, Vipassana meditation retreats, nicotine gum, nicotine inhalers, electric shock… the list is endless. Nicotine addiction is a powerful drug addiction. When 12 Step fellowships and drug rehabs became accepted by the mainstream as an admirable way to deal with addiction to alcohol and ‘other drugs’, nicotine did not make the list of ‘dangerous drugs’. For many years people trying to get and stay clean and sober in a 12 Step Fellowship or through a treatment center, were encouraged to NOT stop smoking. People…

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Stop Smoking – Nicotine Addiction is Drug Addiction

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Stop Smoking – Nicotine Addiction is Drug Addiction Do you want to Stop Smoking? Answer the following questions as honestly as you can: 1. Do you use nicotine every day? 2. Do you use nicotine because of shyness and to build up self-confidence? 3. Do you use nicotine to escape from boredom and worries while under pressure? 4. Have you ever burned a hole in your clothes, carpet, furniture or car? 5. Have you ever had to go to the store late at night or at another inconvenient time because you were out of nicotine? 6. Do you feel defensive or angry when people tell you that your tobacco use is bothering them? 7. Has a doctor or dentist suggested that you stop smoking or chewing tobacco? 8. Have you promised someone that you would stop using nicotine, then broken…

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Nicotine Addiction and Rehab

Nicotine Addiction and Rehab “Good for you! I’ve watched too many CHILDREN beat alcohol or marijuana use, then get thoroughly hooked on cigarettes in their sobriety peer groups while their parents breathe misguided sighs of relief.” Nancy L. (Sobriety Advocate, Recovery Coach) quoted from LinkedIn in response to Serenity Vista’s decison to face nicotine addiction head on. Serenity Vista provides a beautiful, peaceful, quiet and smoke free and nicotine free environment for persons wishing to heal from addictions of all and any kinds. We will help you stop smoking and provide a smoke free environment as part of your abstinent based recovery from all addiction. Stopping smoking while in drug rehab from other forms of addiction such as alcoholism or other drug addiction is the perfect time to stop smoking, and it will dramatically increase your success rate with your…

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Low Cost Drug Rehab Can Still Be Luxurious

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Low Cost Drug Rehab Can Still Be Luxurious There’s a common misconception that high-end luxury drug rehab treatment services must cost tens if not hundreds of thousands of dollars. It has become almost a norm to hear of pristine private treatment centers in areas like California, Florida, Texas, Hawaii & Arizona charging upwards of 50 to even as much as 80 thousand dollars per month for services! In fact, low cost drug rehab can still be luxurious and of high quality. While some people are so fortunately situated to pay such extraordinary rates, the majority simply cannot and must submit themselves to whichever rehabilitation services might be available within their price range. Unfortunately, however, when all you have is a few thousand dollars to spend on helping yourself or your loved one recover from alcoholism or drug addiction, the options…

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Drug Rehabs & Treatment Centers with High Success

Drug Rehabs & Treatment Centers with High Success If you scour the internet for drug rehabs and other types of addiction & alcoholism treatment centers you’ll notice countless places bragging about their enormously high success rates. You might see numbers as high as 70, 80 or even 90%. The million dollar question is, what is their definition of success, and how was it measured, and by what scientific rigor? Be wary of claims of treatment centers with high success. Does a high success rate to them mean staying sober throughout the extent of their residential treatment program? Does it mean staying sober for a specified period of time following completion of their program? If so, who monitors it and how do they verify the accuracy? What if they cannot reach past program clients, do they count that as a success…

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“High Success Rate” in Drug Rehab-Treatment

“High Success Rate” in Drug Rehab-Treatment If you or someone you know happens to be searching for a drug rehab or treatment center online that focuses on addiction and/or alcoholism recovery services, you may notice many facilities boast a high success rate that is better than the rest. The concern is that, unlike with many other medical issues, in the world of addiction and alcoholism recovery, success is measured on a multitude of levels and therefore, has many different interpretations. Some treatment centers’ idea of “success” is merely for a client to complete their 30, 45, 70 or 90 day residential drug rehab program without having relapsed during therapy. This is definitely not an accurate benchmark of success. After all, during this time their car keys, money and freedom were likely outside of their possession so it does not depict a real-life…

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#1 Executive Private Drug Rehab

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#1 Executive Private Drug Rehab Executive Private Drug Rehab Doesn’t Have To Cost So Much! Society has become accustomed to hearing about luxury, high-cost drug rehab centers on the news and reading about them in the tabloids. It is almost daily that yet another Hollywood actor or actress, professional athlete or political figure is being court ordered to check into yet another of the nation’s posh beachfront treatment centers costing over a hundred thousand dollars for a 60 to 90 day stay. No wonder executive private drug rehab is seen by most as extravagant and expensive. The question we must all ask is, do these facilities offer a better level of care or a higher likelihood for attaining long-term sobriety? Most luxurious rehab centers are located in high-class, real estate rich regions like Malibu Beach, Orange County, CA, Boca Raton, FL, Scottsdale,…

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How to Avoid Relapse After Treatment

How to Avoid Relapse After Treatment Honesty, Open-mindedness and Willingness are Indispensable Most drug rehabs and addiction & alcoholism treatment centers provide a standard level of care for a primary initial time period and then offer additional step-down programs that enable the client to gradually reintegrate themselves into the rigors of daily life while outside the protective bubble of treatment. During this time, the client would normally have the opportunity to essentially test out some of the many relapse prevention techniques he or she had learned during the treatment process, but in an environment that offers more leeway to encounter some of life’s daily hurdles. Preparing to prevent relapse after treatment is essential. The first thing to keep in mind is this; if the person is not truly committed to recovery and willing to take contrary action then the entire…

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Zen Koan for Recovery

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Zen Koan for Recovery Filled to the Rim In Addiction Recovery it is said that you only need to change one thing, but that thing is everything. And everything is included in everything. Carl Jung stated that this recovery from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body must be a “complete ego deflation, followed by a profound personality change”. Sounds simple enough doesn’t it? Yep, very simple, but not very easy. How do you precisely, go about changing everything? I’m going to answer that question in a famous little Zen Koan, but this little Zen Koan has itself undergone an unprofound personality change of its own. What I mean by that is, that I have adapted some of my favorite Koans, removing hard to pronounce ancient Japanese names, places and customs, substituting with modern Recovery circumstances. This is but one of many tools…

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