A VISUAL GUIDELINE that outlines common alcohol withdrawal symptoms by day and week.
Ecstasy is a stimulant drug, which speeds up the messages traveling between the brain and body. But what is the cost of use? Find out here.
Withdrawal refers to the physical and emotional changes you’ll go through when you attempt to quit buprenorphine. Find out more about what awaits you on this journey and the safest way to quit buprenorphine here.
Continued use of Percocet despite knowledge of all negative consequences is defined as Percocet addiction. How can addiction be treated? We cover more on Percocet addiction and its treatment, here.
A comprehensive review of the nature of Ambien dependence, signs and symptoms for identification, and ways to address dependence on Ambien (zoplidem), here.
The specific steps of methadone rehab process vary according to the person and the treatment plan being used. However, most addiction rehabs provide: detox, medication therapy, psychological treatment and aftercare services. Find out more about what each of these services includes.
You’ve got a gambling problem. Now what? A review of what to look for in a therapist or treatment center, plus a look at the main types of treatment available. More here.
Addiction to ecstasy, although not as likely as addiction to other psychoactive drugs, is a possibility for frequent and chronic MDMA users. Here is what XTC addiction is and how you can treat it.
Valium is used for treating anxiety, muscle spasms, insomnia, and many more medical conditions. However, it can be dangerous for your health after long term use. Learn more here about the negative consequences of Valium misuse here.
A look at the applications, requirements, and best practices of telehealth in the treatment of chemical addictions.
Going through an alcohol testing procedure? Want to know how long it takes before alcohol leaves your system? Read more about alcohol detection and share the A4 poster @ basic alcohol detection timeline info. More here.