January 2021

Positive Effects of Exercise in Recovery

Exercise has all kinds of benefits for the body and the mind. There’s a reason most medical experts recommend two and a half to five hours a week. However, you may be wondering if exercise in recovery could make that big of a difference? There are many critical reasons your addiction recovery plan should include

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Tips on Rebuilding Relationships After Rehab

The clarity that comes with recovery can bring many regrets. Your chief priority may be to start working on rebuilding relationships after rehab. The damage that occurs while you’re under the influence may seem irreparable. Your loved ones were likely the ones who had to deal with the fallout of the actions you took in

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Understanding Schizophrenia Disorder

If you or a loved one have schizophrenia or are experiencing symptoms of schizophrenia, you may be frightened and confused. Here’s what you need to know about schizophrenia disorder and how to get help managing schizophrenia in your or your loved one’s daily life. For addiction and schizophrenia treatment, contact Bayview Recovery today at 855.478.3650. What Is

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Getting Treatment After an Overdose

An overdose happens when people have a high level of drug toxicity in their bodies. It’s possible to overdose on many substances, like stimulants or opiate drugs. There are two kinds of treatment after an overdose to consider. The immediate live-saving measures are rendered, and then experts can provide long-term assistance to help change your

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What Does Decriminalization Mean?

At Bayview Recovery, we provide information to help our clients make informed decisions about drug abuse treatment. Understanding how state and federal laws compare can help you understand your rights and the risks you may face in recovery. Decriminalization refers to removing drugs from the list of federally criminalized drugs. Selling, using, or possessing these

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Avoiding Negative Thoughts During Recovery

Sometimes negative thinking screams at you, while other times, those negative thoughts can creep in so subtly during addiction recovery that you don’t even realize they’re there. If you don’t know they’re there, it’s hard to see how they may be impacting your life. If you struggle with negative thinking, reach out to the team

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