CBC Article on Cannabis Use, with Cara Vaccarino

CBC Life interviewed EHN Canada COO, Cara Vaccarino, for an article discussing common misconceptions about cannabis use. The topics they covered include the gateway hypothesis, cannabis use disorder, therapeutic value, and potential harms. Read it on the CBC website. Call Us If You Have Any Questions If you would like to learn more about cannabis … Read more

How Eating Healthy Can Help You With Addiction Recovery

Eating a healthy diet helps you with addiction recovery by allowing your mind and body to work better and heal faster.  It helps you maintain your recovery by supporting your mind and body to function well consistently, thus maintaining your good health. Eating healthy helps you with addiction recovery in a number of specific ways … Read more

Sex Addiction: Too Much of a Good Thing?

A valid definition and diagnostic criteria for “sex addiction” have long eluded experts because, historically, definitions and diagnostic criteria have either represented sexually oppressive cultural norms, or they have been vague and imprecise, requiring too much subjective interpretation. Cultural norms, oppressive or otherwise, are not valid bases for diagnostic criteria, because they have no scientific … Read more

Reduce Costs by Sending Your Employees to EHN Canada Facilities for Treatment

When an employer sends an employee with a substance use disorder for public treatment, there is a low probability that the employee will successfully achieve recovery and return to work with normal productivity. Therefore, there is a high expected cost of disability pay and lost productivity. EHN Canada’s treatment programs have industry-leading success rates, meaning … Read more

Why Meaning and Purpose Are More Important Than Happiness

There’s no doubt in my mind that I was born an addict. Throughout my life, in my resting state, I felt very empty, lost, and often scared. From a very young age, I sought pleasure and excitement, in search for a “hit” of something to make me feel just a little bit more than I … Read more