You might think that you no longer have to see your doctor to recover from an illness. Regardless of the symptom you have, it’s easy to find information online. The problem is that you might get incorrect information. Instead of getting better, things would get worse. Therefore, as tempting as it is to avoid seeing the doctor, you shouldn’t. Whether you dislike the idea of talking to a physician, or you don’t have enough money to pay the bills, your health is too important to ignore. [Read more…]
Are you struggling with addiction? Are you wondering if it’s time to talk to that loved one about getting help? Many people believe their addictions are not as severe as they appear to outsiders. You may feel that you are still “in control” and you can “stop at any time.” However, there are many signs that you may have hit a point when you need help and treatment. Waiting until you hit rock bottom can just worsen the problems and could lead you to making a mistake you can’t come back from. Included here are a few ways to know if it’s time for rehab.
Driving Under The Influence
Many people who have become addicts don’t realize when they are incapacitated. This often results in driving while intoxicated or high. In the United States, roughly 28 people die daily as a result of a drunk driver. Often, this is the person who is hit, and not the person driving under the influence. Choosing to get behind the wheel when you are under any kind of influence is an unwise choice for everyone involved. [Read more…]