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Highly functioning addiction.

What is highly functioning addiction and what are the signs to look out for?

Rewiring the brain.

Neuroplasticity: the brain's ability to reorganise itself by forming new neural connections throughout life.

Routine: a game-changer.

With far-reaching psychological benefits, a routine allows you to carve out time for what really matters - and strengthens your recovery.

Circadian rhythm.

Balancing our internal sun and moon - ways to restore our circadian rhythm for optimal recovery from addiction.

Neuroadaptation: tolerance build up.

When we get a dopamine hit it’s natural to try and recreate good feelings but therein lies quite a fundamental issue.

The amygdala hijack.

When the amygdala hijacks the brain's frontal lobes in response to stress, it can trigger a relapse.

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