Mindfulness training helpful in the recovery of adults addicted to stimulants
Dr. Glasner’s recently published clinical trial finds that mindfulness helps those addicted to stimulants to recover.
A cautionary tale: Former addict developed ‘gigantic addiction’ to Vicodin
Dr. Glasner discusses ways to protect yourself from addiction to opioids when you’re being treated for pain.
Why the Drinking Age Is 21 in the United States
Dr. Glasner comments on the National Minimum Drinking Age Act and its impact on alcohol use among young people.
Alcohol: The Most Celebrated—Yet Most Harmful—Drug in Society
Dr. Glasner discusses the risks and health consequences of excessive alcohol use.
Thriving After Opioid Addiction
Dr. Glasner’s Op-Ed article, discussing the patient’s power to overcome opioid addiction and lead a meaningful life.
A Pill A Day Keeps the Alcoholism Away
Dr. Glasner comments on the use of naltrexone, a medication treatment, as an approach to overcoming alcoholism.
Avoiding the Holiday Spread
Dr. Glasner introduces the concept of “assertive dieting” to those who are trying to lose weight and stay healthy.
Feel-Good Science: Savoring Positive Emotions
Dr. Glasner comments on new research into the brain activity behind savoring positive emotions.
Kicking an addiction? Replace it with joy, UCLA Expert Advises in New Book
Read about Step 6 in Dr. Glasner’s 7 Steps to Addiction Recovery, on rediscovering rewards as part of the healing process.
Can we be bribed into making smarter health choices?
How financial incentives may encourage people to improve their health habits.