When Rehab Is a Revolving Door: What to Do When Alcohol Treatment Doesn't WorkJuly 15th, 2018
This infographic shows methadone detection windows on urine, blood, hair and saliva tests. More on methadone detection here.
Planning a Super Bowl Party this year? Here's a helpful, inclusive tip no one's talking about!
Yes, the nicotine found in vaping devices can be addictive. Due to the dramatic rise in e-cigarette popularity, we want to clear the air regarding how e-cigarette devices work and misconceptions about their safety. More on vaping basics here.
Are the first few moments of happiness and intense rush worth the struggle later? Find out more about the dangers meth inflicts on your mind and body here.
Dependence on Percocet is a physical need to use the drug so the body can function normally. Are you Percocet dependent? We review the signs of dependence and ways address it here.
Suboxone is an addictive synthetic opioid that can become a drug of abuse. More here on HOW TO ADDRESS SUBOXONE ABUSE, with a section for your questions at the end.
Are you trying to quit OxyContin? Here’s a visual presentation of OxyContin withdrawal symptoms that can easily guide through this period.
Although Ambien (zolpidem) can be safe and effective if used properly, Ambien can also be very addictive. Treating Ambien addiction can be difficult, but with a little patience and determination it'spossible. More here on what to expect during rehab for Ambien.
Recovering from addiction is more than just abstaining from morphine, it requires extended treatment that caters to your needs and teaches you valuable skills to stay sober. Read more about the principles which have been proven effective in treating addiction.
Find out more about how to use nicotine safely here.
Anxiety, confusion, diarrhea, and nausea are just a few symptoms that can take place during Vicodin withdrawal. Even though severe Vicodin withdrawal symptoms often resolve in 7-10 days, protracted symptoms can last even for weeks. Find out more here