For anyone in active addiction, whether they know it or not, their disease makes most things tougher to handle. When a person gets into recovery he or she realizes that they now have a better grip on managing life.
Williamsville Wellness is happy to announce we are now officially CARF accredited!
It happens to unsuspecting Americans every day. Maybe you get in a car accident or have trouble focusing at work. The doctor hands you a prescription for some pain pills, a stimulant, or whatever they deem will help you.
One of the first steps in addiction recovery can also be one of the worst: withdrawal. After someone stops or significantly decreases their use of a psychoactive substance, the body goes into acute withdrawal. Acute withdrawal is what is referenced when someone refers to “withdrawal.”
Williamsville’s Owner & Founder, Bob Cabaniss, has been spreading awareness about the rise of sports gambling and the ramifications he foresees as a result.
Everybody gets stressed out now and then. Fortunately, you do not have to let the pressures of everyday life take a toll on your mental and physical health.
This Sunday is St. Patrick’s Day. Although originally a religious holiday celebrating the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, this day is known to many as an excuse for heavy partying and drinking (not to mention a day for heavier police presence and DUIs).
Addiction can deteriorate many aspects of life, finances being among one of the most frequent especially for those facing gambling addiction. In fact, the average gambling debt owed is a staggering $50,000 per person.
We could all use a little more love and laughter in the world, and this week serves as a great reminder! It’s Love Makes the World Go Round, but Laughter Keeps Us From Getting Dizzy Week!
As social media continues to pervade more and more areas of everyday life, it’s becoming more and more lucrative for companies to maximize user’s time on their respective sites.
Addiction can derail your life completely. If you’re in recovery, you’ve already taken the most significant step toward a happy and healthy life.
The difference between liking something and wanting something were always assumed to be little to none, until now.