Physical vs. Psychological Dependence - Lakehouse Recovery Center

Physical vs. Psychological Dependence

Physical vs. psychological dependence in addiction is commonly difficult to understand. Learn the differences from our experts here at Lakehouse Recovery. The mind and the body are directly connected. There is plenty of clinical evidence to support the link between the two. When the body is ailing, it affects how you feel emotionally. Also, mental health problems are linked to …Read More

Stages of Addiction Recovery

The 6 Stages of Addiction Recovery

At the Lakehouse Recovery Center, we understand the 6 stages of addiction recovery and are here to support you through each and every step. Change. To overcome addiction, you must change. Change is hard, especially when trying to overcome a brain disorder like an addiction. But you can do it. The National Institute of Health created the Science of Behavior …Read More

The Disease Model of Addiction - Lakehouse Recovery Center

The Disease Model of Addiction: What is It?

Aside from neurological, biological, and environmental, there are a lot of factors that contribute to the disease model of addiction. Find out how addiction works below. What is The Disease Model of Addiction? In 1956, the American Medical Association voted that addiction is, in fact, a disease, a treatable illness. Later this would go on to include drug addiction too. …Read More

Teen Addiction Treatment - Lakehouse Recovery Center

Communicating With Your Teen About Addiction (and What to Do If They’re Suffering)

The first thing to know if you suspect that your child is using substances is to stay calm. Don’t overthink, and don’t assume the worst. It could be that they’ve only used once. And even if they’ve developed a habit, this isn’t the end of the world – or the end of their life. Addiction treatment is available. Start off …Read More