Watching a loved one struggle with addiction can be heartbreaking and overwhelming. You may feel helpless, but know that you can play a crucial role in guiding them towards recovery. If you suspect that someone close to you needs help, it’s essential to recognize the signs and take action. Here’s how to get someone to go to rehab. Recognizing the […]

Supporting a loved one struggling with both drug addiction and depression can be a challenging and emotional journey. These two conditions often co-occur, creating a complex interplay that requires a comprehensive approach to treatment. At JourneyPure, we understand the difficulties faced by individuals and their families when dealing with addiction and mental health issues, and we are here to provide […]

Kratom, a tropical tree native to Southeast Asia, has gained popularity in recent years as an herbal supplement marketed for pain relief, anxiety reduction, and opioid withdrawal. However, as kratom use has increased in the United States, so have concerns about its safety and addictive potential. While proponents tout kratom as a natural remedy, a growing body of evidence suggests […]

Kratom, a tropical evergreen tree native to Southeast Asia, has gained popularity in the United States and other Western countries as an herbal supplement claimed to relieve pain, boost energy and mood, and aid opioid withdrawal. However, regular kratom use can lead to dependence, and those attempting to quit may face a range of challenging withdrawal symptoms. Understanding these potential […]

The 12 Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) have played a crucial role in guiding the fellowship since its inception in the 1930s. These Traditions, which were formally adopted in 1950, serve as a framework for the unity and effectiveness of AA groups worldwide. At JourneyPure, we recognize the importance of these Traditions and incorporate their principles into our comprehensive addiction […]

Addiction recovery is a transformative journey that encompasses the mind, body, and spirit. At JourneyPure, we understand the critical role that exercise plays in supporting individuals on their path to lasting recovery. In this article, we’ll explore the multifaceted benefits of incorporating physical activity into your recovery plan and provide practical tips for making exercise a cornerstone of your new, […]

Naproxen is a widely used nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that belongs to the propionic acid class of medications. It is available by prescription and over-the-counter under various brand names, including Aleve, Anaprox, and Naprosyn. Naproxen works by reducing inflammation, pain, and fever in the body. How Naproxen Works Naproxen, like other NSAIDs, works by inhibiting the production of prostaglandins. Prostaglandins […]

When you fall in love with someone in recovery from addiction, you embark on a unique and transformative journey together. While dating someone in recovery can be incredibly rewarding, it also comes with its own set of challenges. At JourneyPure, we understand the complexities of navigating relationships in recovery and are here to provide guidance and support. Understanding Triggers One […]

Fatty liver disease, a condition characterized by the accumulation of excess fat in the liver cells, affects a significant portion of the adult population in the United States. While the condition can lead to serious health consequences if left untreated, the good news is that fatty liver disease is often reversible, particularly in its early stages. Types of Fatty Liver […]

Subutex, a brand name for buprenorphine, is a medication used to treat opioid addiction. It works by binding to the same receptors in the brain as opioids, reducing withdrawal symptoms and cravings without producing the same intense high. At JourneyPure, we understand the importance of Subutex in the treatment of opioid addiction and aim to provide comprehensive care to those […]

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