John Lee

John Lee

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Years in Practice: 5 Years
Graduated from: Carleton University
Year Graduated: 2000
Other Credentials: Diploma, Carleton University, BAH, 2000
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  • Cocaine Cravings and Withdrawal Timeline
    Learn what to expect from cocaine withdrawal and learn how long your cravings will last – and what you can do to tame your urges.
  • Heroin Harm Reduction Advice: A User Guide
    Here are 50+ heroin harm reduction tips... because anything that prevents overdose and keeps you alive and healthy increases the odds of finding eventual lasting recovery.
  • Should You Take Antabuse to Quit Drinking?
    Here’s how it works: take a pill each morning and know that for the rest of the day even a sip or two of alcohol will make you feel horribly ill. Need to quit drinking? Is disulfiram a good option for you? Read on to learn more about this FDA ...
  • Genetics - Alcoholism Hereditary?
    While the biological basis of alcoholism is far from completely understood, research now seems to indicate that there is a genetic predisposition passed through families that leaves some more vulnerable to abuse. For anyone with an alcoholic close ...
  • How to Cut Down Your Drinking
    So you’re drinking too much and you want to change – you have 2 choices, either cut down or quit entirely. While abstinence is the safest course of action it’s not for everyone, and some people want to at least try to cut down before conceding to a ...
  • Compare Your Drinking to American Averages
    The more you drink the greater your risk to develop a problem… but how does your drinking compare to American averages? Find out where you fit in and find out - based on how much you drink - your risk of developing an alcohol abuse disorder.
  • Prevent Wet Brain with Daily Thiamine
    Do you drink heavily? Would a daily thiamine and multivitamin supplement reduce your risk of brain damage? Read on to find out more.
  • AA and Terminal Uniqueness
    A lot of people attend a single AA meeting and dismiss the group as "full of people that have nothing in common with me". 12 steppers call this phenomenon terminal uniqueness. It's very common, and it's usually completely false.
  • AA for Beginners – What You Need to Know
    New to AA? Start here – a list of 9 quick-read articles answering all your important questions on getting started with the 12 steps.
  • 15 Ways to Cope with Opioid Withdrawal Pains and Aches
    Tapering from opioids or quitting cold-turkey? Here are some home-remedy tips to ease your discomfort.