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Athletic man jogging on a beach.

February 21, 2024

4 mins HALT stands for “hungry, angry, lonely, and tired.” Stress, especially over time, can lead to relapse. Evidence shows people in recovery who keep HALT in mind have a lower chance of relapse by reducing their stress levels. Studies show 40-60% of people in recovery relapse, and simple self-maintenance from the HALT model reduces those risks by taking on stressors.  People who work to improve their lives through HALT and see results increase their self-esteem, a critical component of recovery and healing. A routine that assigns specific activities to set times each day and includes activities to look forward to leaves little time for indulgence. It also teaches patients how to live a life full of healthy, enjoyable activities. Adherence to the schedule requires discipline, but it rewards those who persevere.
Patient in a medical setting sitting with a nurse.

December 12, 2023

6 mins Partial hospitalization programs, PHPs, give patients with severe symptoms an affordable middle ground for treatment.
Image of colored pencils in a cup and a stack of books against a green chalkboard.

December 5, 2023

6 mins Addiction recovery is a broad concept in healthcare, consisting of a variety of treatment and recovery terms specific to the field.

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