PARTY SOBER

PARTY SOBER: How to Celebrate Canada Day Without Drugs and Alcohol

Attending parties and events can be one of the most difficult and stressful challenges for people in recovery and should be avoided during the first 6 months of sobriety.  But as you gain confidence in your recovery, attending social functions or having an evening out with trusted friends and family can bring a sense of normalcy and help you feel less isolated.

Contrary to popular belief, your life doesn’t have to become boring or routine when you get sober. The party doesn’t have to end just because you can’t drink or use drugs. The key is to party smart.

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Commonly Abused Prescription Opioids

OPEN DIALOGUE SERIES: Commonly Abused Prescription Drugs – Opioids

OPIOIDS

Prescription opioids are powerful pain relievers prescribed to treat moderate to severe acute pain.  They work by blocking the pain receptors in the brain, stimulating dopamine that produces a feeling of euphoria, heightened pleasure, relaxation, and in some cases, an altered state of consciousness. Opioids can be highly addictive even when used as prescribed and can cause a physical and mental dependency within a short period of time. Continue reading “OPEN DIALOGUE SERIES: Commonly Abused Prescription Drugs – Opioids”

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