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Archive for November, 2010


Financing Options for Addiction Treatment

Nov 22nd, 2010 | By

At Challenges, We Offer High Quality Treatment and Affordable Financing. Addiction happens to ordinary, average people – most times when they least expect it. At Challenges Addiction Treatment Center, we know how to help patients get on the road to a successful recovery, and we’re especially adept at helping them stay there. The demand for drug and alcohol abuse treatment has grown rapidly and, combined with the economic downturn of
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Nov 16th, 2010 | By

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Using Neurofeedback for ADHD

Nov 9th, 2010 | By

Recently National Public Radio featured an excellent story about using neurofeedback to treat ADHD. The NPR story was about the therapeutic value of neurofeedback and gave some very good explanations about how neurofeedback can help “retrain the brain”.  Go to to read or listen to Train The Brain: Using Neurofeedback To Treat ADHD.

Study Examines the Mind of Drunk Drivers

Nov 3rd, 2010 | By

Denial is a large part of alcohol abuse. And this denial finds its way into people’s bad decision-making when getting behind the wheel. A new study examined how alcohol intoxication impacts a person’s reasoning and problem-solving abilities. While many of us would prefer not to admit it, you’ve probably gotten behind the wheel when you had a few too many drinks. The mindset of someone who is intoxicated is skewed,
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Depression Linked to Greater Chance of Dementia

Nov 1st, 2010 | By

A long-term study has found that depression increases a person’s risk of developing dementia later in life. When the study began, participants did not have dementia and were tested for depressive symptoms based on various factors. They found that 13 percent of the participants had depression. At the end of the 17-year study, 164 of the 949 people developed dementia. Of those, 136 were diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Nearly 22
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