Why relaxing is so much work.
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Understanding the complex world of addiction.
Lantie Elisabeth Jorandby M.D.
Your adult child has been diagnosed with substance use disorder. Now what? These tips will help you both.
If you or a loved one is going to rehab for addiction treatment, these six strategies will help you be successful.
Addiction research and treatment have historically been centered on men. That's changing—and many women are better for it.
Here’s how substance use disorder (SUD) affects the brain, and what can be done about it.
Wondering if gender-based treatment is the way to go if you need addiction rehab? Wonder no more.
Sometimes called dual diagnosis, co-occurring disorder is common, confounding, and entirely treatable. And we're getting better at doing that every day.
Approved to treat high blood pressure years ago, Prazosin is now helping people with alcohol use disorder.
Why it's increasingly important and effective for treating addiction.
Contingency management therapy deserves a more prominent place in addiction treatment. Here's why.
Relapses are common. Here's how to make them less so.
Dry January can be a game-changer. Maybe this is the year for you to do it.
If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, the New Year is the perfect time to get treatment. Here's why.
Recognizing the signs of substance use disorder in a loved one or co-worker can be difficult. This guide will help—and it could be a lifesaver.
People in addiction are more likely to get COVID, and more likely to die from it. Now is the time to find treatment.
Worried you missed something to keep your clinic safe from COVID? This nine-point checklist will help.
In the health care world, COVID is teaching us a lot. It's like a huge financial stress test—it makes it very clear what you’re doing well and what you're not doing well.
For those who are already vulnerable during this time, replacing social distancing with physical distancing can help keep a positive mindset.
Vaping was marketed to fight addiction. It may be making it worse for some.
Dont let alcohol wreck your Christmas
Lantie Jorandby, M.D., is a board-certified psychiatrist with certification in Addiction Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine. She’s the Chief Medical Officer of Lakeview Health Addiction Treatment & Recovery in Jacksonville, Florida.