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Sober Activity Series: Why Yoga is a Great Sober Activity for Addiction Recovery

Sober Activity Series: Why Yoga is a Great Sober Activity for Addiction Recovery Sober Activity Series: Why Yoga is a Great Sober Activity for Recovering Addicts

Sober living is challenging, especially when faced with all the free time that used to be occupied by substance use. Isolation is also a concern for people whose friend group was previously curated through addiction. Finding new hobbies and activities can be a great way to meet new people and keep your mind stimulated. This is why so many recovering addicts find that adding sober activities to their routine is beneficial in keeping them on the right path. These days, there are so many different ways that people in recovery can enrich their daily lives. Yoga is one such practice that the addiction recovery community has turned to as a constructive sober activity. Let’s discuss the benefits of yoga and some basic poses that you can try today!

Recession is Coming But That is No Excuse to Fall Back in Addiction

Recession is Coming But That is No Excuse to Fall Back in Addiction abstinence in addiction recovery

It is clear by now that the world, not just our country, is going to face a recession. This means large scale job losses, rise in unemployment, and a subsequent set of problems, such as crime, and loss of homes.

The onset of problems will take a toll on people’s mental health. Most of us might find healthy ways to cope with the problems ahead, but there are people who resort to drugs to ease their pains. Among those getting into drugs, there are some, who are already on the path towards recovery and the new panic taking them back towards their drugs.

How to Maintain Accountability During Addiction Recovery

How to Maintain Accountability During Addiction Recovery man works on his introspection

Intensive in-patient treatment is only the first step of recovery. Most people believe that they can be completely free of addiction when they finish the 90 day detox programs or 150 day detox programs. However, the truth is much different.

Recommitting to Your Recovery

Recommitting to Your Recovery reevaluate recovery

The start of a new year is a chance to re-evaluate your life and your recovery. If you haven’t yet given any thought to where you are now in your recovery journey and where you’d like to be, this is a good exercise in self-improvement and discipline that will help you fully enjoy the benefits of a stable and sober life.

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