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How Does Marijuana Affect Physicians?

2023-03-28T00:24:54-04:00February 11, 2023|Addiction News, Appearances, Mental Health, Opinions, Podcasts, Uncategorized|

Suntra CEO Dr. Jean-Luc Neptune is a co-host on the Is It Serious? Podcast and talks about cannabis culture, and how marijuana is effecting both private practice physicians, and the medical industry at large. Plus, how does cannabis fit into the addiction recovery conversation? It's a complicated subject with a number of...

Inpatient Rehab May Not Be the Answer

2023-01-29T17:32:25-05:00January 27, 2023|Addiction, Articles, Family Recovery, Opinions, Recovery Coaching|

Most addiction treatment specialists recommend going to an inpatient treatment center for a period 30 days or more. But while inpatient treatment is successful for some, this one-size-fits-all approach to recovery doesn't work for everyone. Many people suffering from addiction graduate from an inpatient rehab facility, only to find themselves back in detox or rehab (or both) less than a year later.

Is It Serious? podcast: Suntra CEO talks mental health and addiction

2023-01-22T14:06:08-05:00January 15, 2023|Addiction, Addiction Medicine, Mental Health, Opinions, Uncategorized|

Reposted from our friends at the Is It Serious? podcast. May is mental health awareness month. Everyone deals with moments of sadness but how do you know when it's something deeper? Dr. Jean Luc Neptune and Dr. Mark Lewis normalize talking about depression and mental health and offer some useful skills and resources for dealing with sadness and depression.

The New Legal Cannabis is More Dangerous Than You Think

2023-01-22T14:06:09-05:00December 29, 2022|Addiction, Addiction News, Articles, Editorials, Opinions|

There are many pro-cannabis arguments that make sense in passing, but a closer examination shows us that these "common sense" arguments only apply to cannabis users in the middle of the bell curve. It's likely that a substantial portion of cannabis users experience minimal side effects and little to no consequences from occasional use. But unfortunately, people with addiction issues don't respond to mind-altering substances the way the average person might.

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