Welcome to Life Change.

Last Updated on Saturday, 1 May 2010 11:55 Written by webadmin Monday, 15 February 2010 06:43

Welcome to our new website. Here are a few things about us:

  • The LCRC is an accredited center of the Department of Health which can accept up to 30 in-patients at its present facility located at #105 Scout Rallos Street, Barangay Sacred Heart, Kamuning, Quezon City.
  • In-patients are assigned to one (1) separate dormitory for the female patients, one (1) dormitory for male patients, and the room for chronic male patients.
  • The LCRC emphasizes wholistic healing which is healing in every aspect of the lives of its patients.
  • By maintaining a maximum of only 30 residents in LCRC at any given time, the LCRC facility avoids overcrowding. (This means that each patient gets the optimum individualized and personalized care possible amidst comfortable accommodations during his stay at LCRC.)
  • The LCRC also offers out-patient treatment services at the same Scout Rallos Street location.

Let’s Talk: Substance Dependency

Last Updated on Saturday, 1 May 2010 11:54 Written by webadmin Friday, 26 February 2010 11:02

What is drug addiction?

Drug addiction is a form of substance dependency, in which the patient finds himself or herself unable to stop taking illegal drugs. Drugs may be categorized either as stimulants (that hype you up), sedatives (to calm you down), narcotics (to deaden you off), and psychedelics (to take you out of this world.)

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Schizophrenia and how to treat it

Last Updated on Saturday, 1 May 2010 11:54 Written by webadmin Friday, 26 February 2010 10:46

You may have heard about schizophrenia before through anecdotes and stories about famous schizophrenics such as Dr. John Nash. Dr. Nash is the inspiration for the movie “A Beautiful Mind” starring Russell Crowe. However, it is astonishing to find that many people do not really know what schizophrenia is and what its effects are on the patient.

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What is bipolar disorder and how can it be treated?

Last Updated on Saturday, 1 May 2010 11:54 Written by webadmin Friday, 26 February 2010 10:44

It has been observed that many people mistake bipolar disorder for schizophrenia, and vice versa. Although both are conditions of the brain, bipolar disorder might be better known as manic depression. The reason it is called bipolar disorder is that the patient undergoes extreme mood swings ranging from the manic phase when mood is elevated to a state of depression. There is no clear pattern of these mood changes, so a doctor who suspects the patient has bipolar disorder should observe the patient closely to see the pattern of the mood changes.

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