Depression and suicide are more prevalent now than ever before. We’re working more, socialising less and we constantly feel like we’re missing out. But, because there are few physical signs and symptoms, it is oftentimes ignored, despite being one of the biggest killers across the western … Read more about Overcoming depression: Is rehab an effective solution?
Approximately one in four people experience a mental health problem each year, according to Mind, a mental health charity in the U.K. From post-traumatic stress disorder to anxiety and depression, today’s generations suffer greatly. However, many people are failing to recognise and act on their … Read more about Depression: What are the signs and symptoms?
The number of mobile phone users is expected to reach 4.68 billion in 2019. Given the world population is approximately seven billion people, that means more than half the world is now connected. But the concern around technology has nothing to do with access: it’s about self-control. And as … Read more about Why you should take a digital detox in 2019
In 1955 Addiction was acknowledged by WHO (World Health Organization) as a disease. A year later the AMA (American Medical Association) went a step further and acknowledged it a family disease. Ask the many friends and families of addicts and alcoholics about this and they will concur….The … Read more about Watching families heal
Camino recovery Centre opened its doors on January 1st 2009 in an effort to provide a unique and bespoke treatment centre in the sun. Motivated by a desire to create an intimate place offering a diverse spectrum of therapeutic interventions Camino was born and its first home was in San Pedro on … Read more about We’re 10! Camino turns 10 years old on January 1st
I have to confess to being a lifelong James Bond Fan. From the moment that the white amphibious Lotus emerged from the Sea in “the Spy who loved me” I was hooked!! I remember leaving my local Cinema running home, diving in and out of Bushes and singing ‘Nobody Does it better’ a la Carly Simon. In … Read more about James Bond – Charmer or Alcoholic?
When someone thinks of the word Addiction they typically think of alcohol and drugs. These invariably cause catastrophic damage. Other addictions are less recognisable. Behavioural or Process addictions can sometimes be dismissed in terms of their severity. The impact however to peoples lives … Read more about Behavioural Addictions and their impact on our lives
Active recovery from addiction requires a lot of retraining with new habits, routines and regimes to break with old negative habits. There’s a variety of reasons for this. Having a structured day helps those in recovery feel organised and productive and this, in turn, creates a sense of … Read more about Why Exercise, Meditation & Yoga Enhances Recovery from Addiction