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17
May

Private Health Rehabilitation

Private Health Rehabilitation Offers You the Tools for Success Entering a private health rehabilitation treatment centre provides you with the tools to regain control over your life and teaches you how to eliminate harmful substances from your day to day. Arrow Health provides a caring environment in which you can identify your triggers, address unhelpful patterns and behaviours, develop self-awareness,...
17
May

Drug and Alcohol Detox

Drug and Alcohol Detox Sounds Scary—We Are Here to Help You Through It Having experienced professionals nearby to monitor your drug and alcohol detox helps you to pursue a successful outcome with your recovery process. Once you have expelled drugs and alcohol from your body, you will begin to feel normal again, and you will learn how to avoid the...
17
May

Private Health Insurance

Access The Best Possible Treatment With Private Health Insurance Arrow Health works with your private health insurance provider to give you the chance to access the best possible treatment to begin your recovery from active addiction. As a family that has been personally affected by addiction, we have developed an evidence-based program to change the lives of those struggling with...
17
May

Private Health Detox

Professional, Friendly, Trusted – A Detox Program You Can Claim on Your Private Health Insurance If you are searching for a detox facility–claimable from your private health cover–to help your loved one through an exceptionally difficult time, come to Arrow Health for professional care and friendly faces. We support people struggling with addiction as well as supporting you, the family,...
20
Dec

Is My Child an Addict? Warning Signs to Look For

Addictions do not form overnight. They develop over time and almost always start with recreational use. After a while, the addicted person begins feeling compelled to seek out a substance because of extremely strong cravings. A physiological and psychological dependence develops. Addiction is a disease and makes it very difficult to stop using without help. Even if a person desperately...
31
Aug

Dual diagnosis treatment programs for mental health and addiction issues

Often people with addiction issues are also simultaneously dealing with mental health issues. It is important when dealing with the addiction to also deal with the underlying mental health issue as this will reoccur if only the initial addiction is treated. Here are some important steps to follow as you seek dual diagnosis treatment. 1. Get the underlying mental health...
20
Aug

Ice Addiction Treatment Centre

Have you been searching for ice addiction treatment centres in Melbourne? Ice addiction has become a massive problem in Australia. Research provided by the National Drug Strategy Household Survey has shown that approximately 6.3 percent of Australians who are more than 14 years old have tried taking crystal meth. What is ice? Ice is a smokable form of amphetamine known...
20
Aug

Heroin Addiction Effects

Heroin is an opioid and is also referred to as a ‘downer’. Its effects can vary depending on the individual but can be generalised through a sense of euphoria, disorientation, nausea, slowed heart rate and breathing. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the most common class of drug identified in toxicology reports in drug induced deaths are opioids. In...
09
Aug

Family support and counselling

There is a massive amount of stress, fear, conflict, and sometimes guilt that can infect the family core due to the actions of one member of the family. Some may try to isolate this member of the family, but that isn’t truly effective as everybody in the family is affected. Getting family support is essential to not only their recovery...
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08
Aug

Private Holistic Rehabilitation – Melbourne

Opioids are a type of medication often prescribed to relieve pain. These drugs decrease the number of pain signals your brain receives and change the way your brain responds to pain. People commonly use them for toothaches, recovery from surgeries or injuries, and chronic conditions such as cancer. Certain prescription cough medicines also contain opioids. When used correctly, opioids are...