Mind/Body Approaches for Substance Abuse

Mind/Body Approaches for Substance Abuse

The Oxford Study Fall Lecture Series: University of Denver’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

Licit and illicit drug use in the US continues to skyrocket. As the stress of the modern world increases, people seek to escape the stress of daily life in many ways, some healthy and many times with unhealthy methods. Using drugs like alcohol, opioids and methamphetamines are contributing to a decrease in American life expectancy, while mind and body approaches for substance use disorders can be a more wholesome way to deal with stress. Recent studies have shown that Mind/Body approaches for substance abuse problems can be an effective way of dealing with withdrawal symptoms and with the underlying stress that lies at the heart of all addiction problems. Learn what you can do for yourself to deal with the stress of modern life without resorting to harmful methods.

Tuesday, January 28th, 9:30 am-11:30 am – Park Hill United Methodist Church 5209 Montview Blvd. 

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