Addiction Treatment for Executives Catebory

Theories Attempt to Explain Addiction

Many Theories Attempt to Explain Addiction

Many theories attempt to explain addiction. From a neurobiological perspective, addictive behaviors reflect a type of hyper-learning. Substances of abuse trigger mammoth spikes in the biochemicals linked to learning, with researchers particularly focused on dopamine and glutamate. We learn by association. The more intensely and/or...

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FDA Announces Enhanced Warnings for Opioid Pain Medications

FDA Announces Enhanced Warnings for Opioid Pain Medications

FDA announces enhanced warnings for immediate-release opioid pain medications related to risks of misuse, abuse, addiction, overdose and death New safety warnings also added to all prescription opioid medications to inform prescribers and patients of additional risks related to opioid use Families who have suffered...

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Eye Movement Therapy for Addiction

Eye Movement Therapy for Addiction

While you’re probably aware of the benefits of acupuncture, massage, and fitness during addiction recovery, one of the lesser-known holistic addiction therapies offered by AToN Center is eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR). Founded by Dr. Francine Shapiro, EMDR therapy uses eye movements to help...

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Executive Burnout & Addiction Recovery

Executive burnout, also known as “job fatigue,” is the term used when busy executives become overwhelmed to the point where performance and focus begins to suffer. Unfortunately, these feelings of strain and exhaustion can lead down the dangerous path to substance addiction. Senior managers and successful executives...

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