Articles from our treatment team and their thoughts on the process of recovery and what they’ve learned from their experiences.
The first few months of recovery from addiction are some of the most difficult. Insomnia, triggers, drug cravings, and the need to deal with emotions that were previously numbed with drugs make early recovery a period of enormous adjustment. more >>>
Trauma often goes hand in hand with addiction and alcoholism. We have seen many different types of trauma at our treatment center for women. more >>>
Panic disorder and panic attacks were not adequately addressed by the medical community in the past. more >>>
The medication known as OxyContin was first introduced in 1995 as a remedy for moderate to severe pain. Like morphine and other powerful painkillers, OxyContin is highly addictive. more >>>
It is not altogether uncommon for a woman to come here for addiction treatment and exhibit signs of anorexia, bulmia, or compulsive overeating disorder. more >>>
It’s normal to experience periods of sadness, moodiness or days when you just don’t feel like getting out of bed. In most cases, you will only experience these symptoms for brief periods of time. more >>>
Generalized anxiety disorder is one of a number of anxiety and trauma related disorders that we encounter when treating women for addiction at The Rose. more >>>