Xanax withdrawal can last a few weeks or longer until acute symptoms subside. Get your Xanax withdrawal timeline and more here.
Detox from tramadol can be medically managed or supervised by a doctor at home. Which is best for you? Explore more here.
Are you ready to face OxyContin addiction? Treating OxyContin addiction is possible using medications and/or behavioral therapies. We review both here. Plus, a section at the end for your questions about treating OxyContin addiction.
During detox from Percocet, clinicians evaluate and stabilize a person dependent on Percocet. But can you detox from Percocet at home? We review here.
The safest way to withdraw from Vicodin is under a doctor's supervision. Taper Vicodin doses, and then eliminate hydrocodone completely. But some people can withdraw from Vicodin at home. Should you? More here on how to withdraw from Vicodin.
Percocet withdrawal symptoms include anxiety, insomnia, restlessness and nausea. Percocet has a high risk of dependency, making Percocet withdrawal possible for even prescribed users. More on what to expect during Percocet withdrawal here.
OxyContin withdrawal symptoms peak in the first 24-72 hours after you stop taking OxyContin. But some symptoms can persist for weeks or months later. More here on how long to expect OxyContin withdrawal symptoms and what they feel like here.
Treating heroin addiction includes detox from physical dependence on heroin as well as addressing the mental compulsion to use. More here on how to treat heroin addiction and where you can go for help.
Living for sobriety will change your life. What can you expect in sobriety if clinical depression is present? More here.
Help for Ambien addiction addresses both the physical AND mental dependence on the drug. More on where to find help for Ambien addiction here.
Yes. Crack is addictive. What makes crack addictive? More on the euphoric effect and the chemical dependency that crack cocaine develops in the brain here.