50 former drug users graduate from rehab using novel approach

50 former drug users graduate from rehab using novel approach

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The Department of Health-MIMAROPA adds another feather to its cap after 50 drug surrenderees from Bongabong, Oriental Mindoro successfully completed their drug rehabilitation programme, which incorporated Ayurveda and telemedicine.
16 Jul 2017 - General
Madhubabu kaaja Yes, I am also impressed that drug rehabilitation centers are being innovative in its desire to restore functionality and infuse a new life for former drug addicts. By giving them a new outlet/ release to alleviate stress, successful drug use quitters are able to shun away from drug use. Moreover, they can share this relaxation techniques to encourage other substance (not limited to drugs) abusers ...
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Chih Chiang Nieh I appreciate that you agree with using a non-pharmacological approach to combat drug addiction. Non-pharmacological approaches as adjunct are becoming increasingly popular as these creates sustainable alternative habits that help a former addict from slipping down the slippery slope again. Relaxation techniques will also foster confidence that a patient is in control when dealing with sudden cra...
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