Wednesday March 4th 2015

alcohol addiction treatment

Can you get high on Antabuse?

Can you get high on Antabuse?

No, you cannot get high on Antabuse. In fact, Antabuse has no euphoric effect. For more details on Antabuse’s mechanism of action, continue reading here.

2 How long does disulfiram stay in your system?

How long does disulfiram stay in your system?

Disulfiram is eliminated slowly from the body and can affect the system up to 1-2 weeks after last dose. More on the metabolism of disulfiram here.

Does acamprosate get you high?

Does acamprosate get you high?

No, acamprosate does not get you high or have euphoric effect. More here on its mechanism of action in the central nervous system.

2 Does disulfiram get you high?

Does disulfiram get you high?

No, you cannot get high on disulfiram. More here on how this medication works to stop people drinking.

1 Going to rehab on probation: What to expect

Going to rehab on probation: What to expect

What’s it like to go to rehab while on probation? An insider look here.

Sober holiday party tips from a recovered alcoholic

Sober holiday party tips from a recovered alcoholic

How can you make it through the holiday season (and its parties) and still stay sober? 5 Tips from a recovered alcoholic here.

4 All things in moderation? Not when it comes to addiction

All things in moderation? Not when it comes to addiction

Is total abstinence too extreme? Is moderation a viable option in addiction treatment? We review here.

How to help an alcohol addict

How to help an alcohol addict

You can help an alcoholic in the process of identifying the problem as well as helping research appropriate treatment options. More on how to do this here.

4 Detox from alcohol

Detox from alcohol

Seek medical supervision during alcohol detox. Dependence must be assessed and serious conditions can occur in the first 72 hours. More on detox from alcohol protocol here.

How to get and stay sober: BOOK REVIEW

How to get and stay sober: BOOK REVIEW

7 tips on how to get and stay sober from author and licensed psychotherapist, Michael Pond…and the reasons why you might want to consider buying, “The Couch of Willingness”, his new book.

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