A Elements Behavioral Health Guide to Drug Rehab
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Psychologists at McGill University and Harvard believe people suffer from addictions because of their cravings and that a craving is an emotional memory that is strong and unforgettable. In recent years, researchers say they have discovered memories, whether negative or positive, can decrease over time.

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Working in a large law firm, it wasn’t unusual for a partner to go missing for days or weeks on end. The official explanation was usually exhaustion, a medical problem or an “extended vacation,” though the young associates would take guesses whether the truth was closer to a nervous breakdown or admission into drug rehab.

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Did you know that some of our most respected figures in history were addicts of some kind? Not only were Sigmund Freud and Winston Churchill addicts in their day, but perhaps the most recent known successful addict in today’s times is the founder of the multi-billion dollar company, Broadcom, Mr. Henry T. Nicholas III.

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There has long been debate as to whether alcoholism is chiefly a mental or physical ailment, today the conversation is broadening to include all sorts of addictions.

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