Are you looking for ways to stop methadone use? Quitting methadone use depends on proper tapering, your physical and emotional health, as well as your personality and expectations. More about stopping methadone safely, here.
Methadone is considered an extremely addictive drug. Learn more about the physically addictive potential of methadone, here.
One way to help a methadone addict is to learn how to approach them and to try to convince them to enter treatment. Read more about what to do if your friend or loved one is facing a methadone addiction problem.
By affecting the way the brain works, long-term methadone use can change one’s behavior, mood, emotions and psychological health. Check out the details in this infographic.
How can long-term and chronic methadone abuse harm your physical health? We show all negative effects of methadone on the body in this infographic.
Is methadone addiction possible? Of course! Methadone is an opioid medication which affects the brain. Learn about the effects of methadone abuse and addiction in this infographic.
Can you travel and take methadone as a guest in another clinic? We talk with guest dosing service provider, AMS of Delaware, about your methadone dosing options. More here on costs, planning, and availability of methadone while on vacation.
Methadone is prescribed through a medical doctor for pain. But when prescribed for people who are coping with drug addiction, there are many regulations for its prescription. More on methadone prescriptions here.
Tolerance to and dependence on methadone can develop with chronic or indefinite use. What are some of the other dangers of long term methadone use? We review here.
What are the signs and symptoms of methadone overdose? And how much methadone does it take to OD? We review here.