New Study Indicates Moderate Drinking Can Cause Damage to Brain
Conclusion: Alcohol consumption, even at moderate levels, is associated with adverse brain outcomes including hippocampal atrophy. These results support the recent reduction in alcohol guidance in the UK – and question the current limits recommended in the US. Moderate alcohol consumption […]
Physician Well Being, Impaired Professionals Rehab
| Evaluation and Evidence-based Addiction Recovery for Professionals
Rehab for Adult Men | Our Average Client Age is 45 – 65
We specialize in treating impaired professionals. Our philosophy: We treat addiction on all levels – Physical, Emotional, Spiritual.
Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Receives 3-Year Behavioral Health Accreditation by The Joint Commission for Residential and Outpatient Care
We are excited to announce that the Arrowhead Lodge Recovery residential and outpatient addiction treatment programs have just been awarded a 3-year accreditation by The Joint Commission!
Do not look back – you are not going that way.
Arrowhead Lodge Recovery – Rehab for Mature Men, Prescott, AZ.
Our goal is to assist men learn how to enjoy […]
12 Tips for Holiday Sobriety – and Happy Holidays
Sober Holidays Tip #12 Don’t romance the drink or drug. If everyone starts talking about the “good old days,” leave the room. You don’t want to start thinking about your drinking or using days. That can lead to preoccupation and […]
Prescription Painkiller Addiction Epidemic –
Linked to Two Key Changes in Pain Management
- Availability for general practitioner MD’s to prescribe a powerful opioid drug, OxyContin
- Aggressive marketing by Purdue, citing Purdue studies that OxyContin is non-addictive and totally safe for long term treatment of chronic pain
1 in 5 Alcoholics are Considered ‘High Functioning’
Emotional Impact on the Family Can Be Devastating
What is a High Functioning Alcoholic?
Drug overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in the US, with 47,055 lethal drug overdoses in 2014. Opioid addiction is driving this epidemic, with 18,893 overdose deaths related to prescription pain relievers and 10,574 overdose deaths related to heroin in […]
What Does Prescription Opioid Overdose Look Like?
Dr Sanjay Gupta Describes it Like This
| An opiate abuser is characteristically “nodding out” and often scratching their itchy skin. While their face is becoming pale and clammy, their fingernails and lips are starting to turn blue or even a sickly purplish-black. […]
| Emotional resilience is probably the most important quality a person in a program of addiction recovery can possess. A resilient individual has healthy methods for coping with ups and down […]