When Rehab Is a Revolving Door: What to Do When Alcohol Treatment Doesn't WorkJuly 15th, 2018
OxyContin withdrawal symptoms happen when your system has developed OxyContin dependence. Nausea, vomiting, anxiety, and irregular breathing are only several of the acute OxyContin withdrawal symptoms. How can they be treated? We review here.
Answers on the nature and causes of buprenorphine addiction. Explore more about bupe addiction and its treatment options here.
NORCO ADDICTION CAN BE SUCCESSFULLY TREATED! Find out more about the Norco treatment program in the text that follows.
The common arguments against 12 step programs – and their counters – here.
How is crack administered? Is there a safe way of using crack? Find out more about the crack methods of use here.
Insomnia and restlessness are two possible Valium withdrawal symptoms. A full index of symptoms here...with tips on how to address them. A complete guide to Valium withdrawal!
Percocet is a rapid onset analgesic. But what effects does it produce to the body? How is Percocet metabolized? Find out the specific effects Percocet has on each organ of the body in this infographic.
Yes, addiction rates are on the rise across the U.S. Still, conflicting information in recent months might underscore the risk of addiction for teens. More on how to put addiction statistics in perspective here. Plus, what every parent should know about protecting their teen’s health.
How can you change tactics when one approach is not working for your child? Some good, quick advice for parenting an addict here.
This article explores the internal and external factors of the stigma of drug use and how it relates to our social understanding of addition. In this article, we’ll look at social context and how it affects identity for drug users...plus, its implications in policy, treatment, and criminalization of drug users.
Oxycodone, a semi-synthetic opioid, can cause intense euphoria. But what are the side effects of oxycodone abuse? How can you stop and treat the misuse of oxycodone? Answers to your questions about oxycodone here.